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Science matters: Gautam Dantas

Gautam Dantas, PhD shares his story about why science matters and how his research has the potential to improve people’s everyday lives and their...

Vij brings awareness to multiple myeloma in interview

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Grant updates: January and February 2017

Grants totaling nearly $10 million were awarded to faculty and trainees in Immunobiology, Laboratory & Genomic Medicine and Anatomic & Molecular Pathology. Congratulations...

Father of the microbiome

Jeffrey I. Gordon, MD, is expanding our understanding of human health into nonhuman realms, studying the bacteria that take up...

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Payton receives WUSM Distinguished Investigator Award

Jacqueline Payton is among School of Medicine faculty honored for dedication, talent, achievements.

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New collaboration with Pfizer aimed at speeding drug discovery

Pathology & Immunology faculty are among the members of the steering committee for this initiative.

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Three questions with Gautam Dantas

A microbiology professor discusses antibiotic resistance and his lab’s efforts to help physicians fight antibiotic-resistant infections.

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Grant updates: November and December 2016

Nima Mosammaparast, Thaddeus Stappenbeck, Joshua Swamidass, Gene Oltz and Kathleen Sheehan among awardees in November and December with grants totaling nearly...

Randolph featured by Kenneth Rainin Foundation in video

Gwendolyn Randolph, PhD is featured in the Foundation’s “Researcher’s Breakthrough Moment” video series (February 9th edition). She is one of the Foundation’s grantees...

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Chancellor Wrighton’s message on immigration actions

In a message to the university community, Chancellor Mark S. Wrighton addresses the immigration actions stemming from the executive order...

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