Antarctic sponges could help fight the battle against MRSA
CMMB faculty, Dr. Lindsey shaw was recently interviewed by FOX 13 and Bay News 9 to discuss his research which is receiving national acclaim. A compound extracted from a species of sea sponge located in the Antartic region, has shows to be very effective at destroying Biofilms in MRSA infection. Biofilms are a critical component of MRSA infections... Read more in our News section.
Rahmy Tawfik receives award for outstanding presentation
CMMB graduate student, Rahmy Tawfik was presented with an award for his outstanding presentation delivered at the CGHIDR-CDDI Annual Symposium for drug discovery research.
Dr. Nunes reaches out to help local shoppers find the freshest fruits and vegetables
Andy Weiss awarded best poster presentation at Graduate Student Research Symposium
CMMB graduate student, Andy Weiss was selected as a winner at the USF 8th Annual Graduate Student Research Symposium regarding research titled, "Towards the complete small RNome of Acinetobacter baumannii." Winners received a $500 travel award to present their work at a scientific meeting of their choice.
Andy Weiss - 2016 Chih Research/Publication Award Recipient
CMMB PhD student, Andy Weiss received the 2016 Chih Foundation Research Award. This international, $2,500 award competition supports exceptional third- or fourth-year Science, Engineering or Medicine PhD; PharmD; or MD students. Read more in CMMB News.
Andrew McGill Recognized for Outstanding Presentation
CMMB masters student, Andrew Mcgill was awarded Outstanding Morsani College of Medicine Poster Presentation for Interdisciplinary Research at USF Health's 26th Annual Research Day.
CMMB and Bulls Unite Undergraduate recruiting event
Ana and Sukina of the CMMB Executive council recruit new undergraduate students at the USF Bulls Unite event. CMMB is excited to meet all new students matriculating Fall 2016!
Jessica Brunquell invited for Lunch and Learn with University President Genshaft
As USF is always working to improve the USF graduate experience, CMMB Doctoral Student, Jessica Brunquell was nomiated and selected to meet with President Judy Genshaft at The Presidents yearly Lunch and Learn event.
Dr. Lindsey Shaw awarded grant from Joy McCann Foundation
CMMB Faculty, Dr. Lndsey Shaw was recently awarded $50,000 by the Joy McCann Foundation to develop novel antibiotics that target MRSA.
Student Success Shines On || Fall 2015 CMMB Awards
On December 11, CMMB faculty honored outstanding CMMB undergraduate and graduate students. The awards event, held in the Interdisciplinary Sciences Building presented over 12 awards including a Degree in Memoriam for.... Read more in our News section.
Dr. Stevens awarded a seed grant from USF College of Medicine
CMMB faculty, Stanley Stevens Ph.D received an interdisciplinary grant from USF College of Medicine. The grant which is to be shared with Dr. David Kang will help fund a study evaluating extracellular vesicles in models of Alzheimers Disease.
Dr. Nanjundan Receives the 2015 Outstanding Research Achievement Award
CMMB faculty, Meera Nanjundan Ph.D received the award for Outstanding Research Achievements in 2015. The award was presented by USF President Genshaft to Dr. Nanjundan for studies on the role of autophagy in endometriosis and ovarian cancer. Read more in our News section.
Dr. Nunes Awarded USDA Grant
Dr. Cecilia Nunes has been awarded a competitive USDA grant, the grant supports studies that move to reduce food waste and improve food security by ensuring the availability and accessibility of safe and nutritious food a matter of global importance. Read more in our News section.
Dr. Brandt Burkhardt Awarded NIH Grant
CMMB faculty, Brant Burkhardt Ph.D. has received a $150,000 federal research grant to enhance current research investigating the mechanism of PANDER induced hepatic lipogenesis and subsequent Type II diabetes.
Students Celebrate a Night of Welcome for Fall 2015
CMMB graduate students and Moffitt Cancer Biology students celebrated a night of welcome at the H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center. Read more in our News section.