Off to Chicago! Adams & Rodrigues are invited participants in Experimental Biology 2017, a meeting with 14,000+ scientists. Adams is speaking on daptomycin resistance and Rodrigues' poster is on targeting the removal of antibiotic resistance genes using a CRISPR-Cas system.
Do you think you can describe your research in three minutes? Then take the challenge. Open to all PhD graduate students. First place prize is $1000! Finalists will be announced April 20...Read More
Beth Keithly works with graduate students to find and apply for external funding. She works with students from planning and editing to submitting, incorporating her background in journalism to help applicants clearly present their research and education goals.
Childs’ work, published in Learning and Memory, found that vagus nerve stimulation reduced the cravings of drug-addicted rats. This approach may simultaneously reduce cravings while teaching drug addicts new responses to the environmental cues which previously made them desire drugs.
Dr. Musselman works with the Deans and the Associate Deans to raise the quality of graduate education by providing direction to the University’s curricular, instructional, and research programs. She is also a Professor of Chemistry and dedicated mentor to graduate students in her laboratory.
Providing your form to Ms. Jackson is the fastest way to get Dean Underwood’s signature. Read More
Dr. Aziz Sancar, who earned his PhD in molecular and cell biology from UT Dallas in 1977, is one of three scientists who received the 2015 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. Read More