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MCB Alum | Elahu Gosney Sustarsic Finds ‘Dream Job’ in Denmark

Zack Gerhart-Hines, Elahu Gosney Sustarsic and John Kopchick, Copenhagen, 2015

By Elahu Gosney Sustarsic ’03 B.S. in Chemistry—Biochemistry and ’13 Ph.D. in Molecular and Cellular Biology—Biological Sciences My time at Ohio University with the Molecular and Cellular Biology  program prepared me well for my current research. Specifically, the mentorship of John Kopchick, Darlene Berryman and Ed List taught me to […]

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July 13, 2017 at 1:10 pmAlumni Research

MCB Graduate Students Present at International Growth Hormone Conference in Israel

Front Row: Alison Brittain, Dr. Reetobrata Basu, Silvana Duran-Ortiz, Dr. John Kopchick, Katie Troike, Mathew Buchman, and Jonathan Young. Back Row: Brooke Henry and Dr. Darlene Berryman.
Photo Courtesy of: Silvana Duran-Ortiz

By Dr. Reetobrata Basu ’16 “It is a great time to be in the field of growth hormone research,” aptly remarked Dr. Pinchas Cohen (President, GRS-IGF Society), as he opened the eighth International Congress of the Growth Hormone Research and IGF Society conference in the picturesque city of Tel-Aviv, Israel, Nov. 6-9, 2016. The conference featured […]

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June 19, 2017 at 7:26 pmResearch

MCB | Students Attend 2015 Endocrinology Retreat in Rotterdam

Attendees at the 2015 Endocrinology (ENDO) Retreat Oct. 6-10 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands.

By Silvana Duran-Ortiz, Ph.D. Graduate Student, MCB/BIOS A group of eight students and researchers from the Edison Biotechnology Institute, including Molecular and Cellular Biology students and alumni, attended the Endocrinology (ENDO) Retreat Oct. 6-10 in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. The group was led by Dr. John Kopchick, Distinguish Professor and Goll-Ohio […]

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January 12, 2016 at 12:16 pmNews

14 Students & Faculty Receive Kopchick Awards at MCB Retreat

Debra Walter, Elizabeth Jensen, Alison Brittain, Ian Ackers, and Ashley Patton pose for a photo with Dr. John Kopchick after recieving their John J. Kopchick Molecular and Cellular Biology Translational Biomedical Sciences Research Fellowship Award. Photo by Kaitlin Owens.

In November 2015, the John J. Kopchick Awards provided $87,795 to Ohio University student, faculty and staff researchers during the Nov. 14 retreat for students and faculty in the Molecular and Cellular Biology interdisciplinary program. Fourteen Ohio University students and faculty and staff members have received funding for their health […]

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January 7, 2016 at 12:07 pmNews