Dr. Lindsey Shaw Awarded NIH R12 Grant
CMMB Faculty, Dr. Lindsey Shaw has has been awarded a grant to further understand how proteases (enzymes that cleave other proteins) influence cellular control in bacteria. The current project specifically focuses on virulence processes in S. aureus. Read the full story here.
Dr. Kee Awarded Moffitt's ACS Institutional Grant
CMMB Faculty, Dr. Younghoon Kee has received Moffitt Cancer Center’s Spring 2014 American Cancer Society Institutional Research Grant Program Award titled “Targeting FANCD2 Activation for Enhancing Chemosensitivity”. Read the full story here.
Meera Nanjundan Awarded NIH R21 Grant
CMMB Faculty Dr. Meera Nanjundan has been awarded an NIH R21 grant (National Cancer Institute) titled "Transition from Endometriosis to Ovarian Cancer: Role of Iron-Induced Autophagy." Read the Full story here.
Dr. Pollenz Receives 1.2M Howard Hughes Award
CMMB Faculty and Associate Dean, Dr. Richard Pollenz receives a 1.2M 5-year grant for USF to Develop a STEM Academy. Read the Full story here.
Trillitye Finlayson Named Tillman Military Scholar
CMMB PhD Student, Trillitye Finlayson has been named a 2014 Tillman Military Scholar. Read the Full story here.
Dr. Garey Elected Fellow of The Linnean Society of London.
CMMB Chair and Professor, Dr. Jim Garey was elected a Fellow of the Linnean Society of London in May 2014 for his contributions to the field of evolutionary biology. Read the Full story here.
Spring 2014 CMMB Award Ceremony.
CMMB recognizes outstanding graduates at the Spring 2014 Awards Ceremony. Read the Full story here.
Patrick Bradshaw awarded NIH grant.
Dr. Patrick Bradshaw is awarded a NIH grant to determine the effects of amino acid supplementation on aging. Read the Full story here.
Sarah Martin receives 2013 USF Outstanding Staff Award
CMMB Research Administrator Sarah Martin has received one of The University's most prestigious awards recognizing only a few USF Staff and Administrators among thousands. Read the Full story here.
Dr. Stanley Stevens is awarded funding to determine mechanisms of alcohol-induced microglial activation.
Stanley Stevens, Ph.D., CMMB faculty and expert in the field of proteomics, has received a USF internal award and an NIH R21 grant award to conduct research focused on the discovery of the mechanisms behind the activation of microglial cells by ethanol. Read the full story here.
Younghoon Kee is awarded a USF Proposal Enhancement Grant
CMMB faculty and cancer researcher, Dr. Younghoon Kee has recently been awarded an internal grant to study chemotherapeutic drug resistance as it relates to DNA damaging agents. Read the full story here.
CMMB Graduate Students Recently Awarded Fellowships
CMMB congratulates Aqeela Erwin and Valentina Caceres both awarded fellowships through the Office of Graduate Studies. Read the full story here.
Dr. Lindsey Shaw Interview with Tampa News Channel Bay News 9
CMMB faculty and expert in the fields of drug resistance and microbiology, Dr. Lindsey Shaw was recently interviewed by Randy Shuck M.D. of Tampa News Channel Bay News 9. Read the full story here.
Dr. Stanley Stevens Awarded Multiple NIH Grants
Dr. Stanley Stevens was recently awarded two NIH R21 grants. These grants focus on a proteomic approach to understanding the effects of alcohol in oxidative stress. Read the full story here.
Dr. Cecilia Nunes Research Spotlight
Cecilia Nunes, Ph.D. seeks to improve the post-harvest crop quality of Florida Strawberries. Read the full story here.