Microbiology News

  • Mark WalterMicrobiology professor Mark Walter, Ph.D., is finding and optimizing antibodies against 17 different interferons and their receptors that provoke lupus, a chronic disease that damages skin, joints, blood cells, kidneys, heart, brain or lung affecting at least 1.5...
  •  Bliss Chang.jpg.opt196x257o00s196x257Undergraduate student Bliss Chang (Saad Lab) has been selected as one of three students to receive the College of Arts and Sciences 2015 Dean’s Award.

    “All departmental nominees for this special award were truly...
  • Bliss Chang.jpg.opt196x257o00s196x257Congratulations to Bliss Chang, an undergraduate student in Dr. Jamil Saad’s lab, who has been selected for a 2015-16 Fulbright US Student Award to Germany. He will represent the US as a cultural ambassador while overseas, helping to enhance mutual understanding...

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24th Annual Microbiology Research Retreat
November 13 - 15, 2015
Keynote Speaker: Flavius Martin

2016 Bertram M. Marx Lecture
Speaker: Roy Curtiss

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Tse 2013Microbiology Professor Hubert Tse, Ph.D., believes that grant programs sponsored by nongovernmental organizations such as the American Diabetes Association play an important role in funding science research. In the May 2013 issue of Diabetes Forecast, Tse points out that receiving a Junior Faculty Award from the ADA allowed him to continue diabetes research after he completed his postdoc.