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.
CMMB Fall 2013 Awards Ceremony
CMMB Honors its most successful undergraduate students at the Fall 2013 awards ceremony. Read the full story here.
Dr. Daniel V. Lim Elected 2013 AAAS Fellow
CMMB faculty Dr. Daniel Lim was recently elected as a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Read the full story here.
Dr. Johnny El-Rady received 2012/2013 Outstanding undergraduate teaching award
CMMB Instructor Dr. Johnny El-Rady has received for the second time the Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award. Read the full story here.
Dr. Lindsey Shaw to give the 2013 Super Bull Homecoming Lecture
CMMB Faculty Dr. Lindsey Shaw will talk about the global crisis of drug resistant bacteria and the frightening possibility of a post-antibiotic era. Read the full story here.
Dr. Meera Nanjundan is awarded a NIH R21 research grant.
CMMB faculty Dr. Meera Nanjundan was awarded $ 383,969 to study the role of autophagy, the process of self-digestion by a cell, in the development of endometriosis. Read the full story here.
Dr. Lindsey Shaw is Awarded a NIH R21 Research Grant
CMMB faculty Dr. Lindsey Shaw has received an award from the National Institute of Health. The grant seeks to use epigenetic modifiers to unlock cryptic metabolic pathways in fungal organisms with the goal of identifying novel antimicrobial agents. Read the full story here.