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MCB Students Participate at 2016 EXPO, Basu receives People’s Choice Award

Molecular and Cellular Biology students at Expo, from left: Silvana Duran Ortiz, Debra Walter, Sarah Metro, Yuli Hu, Jason Zhang, Manindra Singh

Twelve interdisciplinary graduate students in Molecular and Cellular Biology were among 840 undergraduate, graduate and medical students who presented at Ohio University Student Research and Creative Activity Expo on April 14. The expo is an annual event hosted for OHIO students to exhibit their original work. Projects this year represented […]

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April 20, 2016 at 2:58 pmNews Research

A&S Students Get Half the Spring Student Enhancement Awards

College of Arts & Sciences graduate and undergraduate students received half of the spring 2016 Ohio University Student Enhancement Awards announced this week. The Student Enhancement Award program provided 23 students with a total of $127,833 in funding for their original research, scholarship and creative work. The awards are funded by […]

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March 11, 2016 at 10:34 pmResearch

Day Authors ‘Neural Population Encoding and Decoding of Sound Source Location Across Sound Level in the Rabbit Inferior Colliculus’

Dr. Mitch Day

Dr. Mitchell Day, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, co-authored an article on “Neural population encoding and decoding of sound source location across sound level in the rabbit inferior colliculus” in the Journal of Neurophysiology. (21 October 2015 Vol. no. , DOI: 10.1152/jn.00643.2015) His co-author was Bertrand Delgutte. Abstract: At lower […]

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January 5, 2016 at 1:31 pmResearch

Biology Undergrad Gets Kopchick Award for Obesity, Gene Expression in Mice

Caroline Wilson, Kimberly Kraus, and Emma Kessler pose for a photo with John Kopchick after recieving their John J. Kopchick Molecular and Cellular Biology Translational Biomedical Sciences Undergraduate Student Support Fund awards in Nelson Commons, on Saturday, November 14, 2015. Photo by Kaitlin Owens.

Undergraduate student Jesse Kowalski ’16, majoring in Microbiology with a minor in Applied Nutrition, received one of the 2015 John J. Kopchick Awards for research at Ohio University. The John J. Kopchick Molecular and Cellular Biology/Translational Biomedical Sciences Undergraduate Student Support Fund provides up to $1,500 for undergraduate students working with MCB/TBS […]

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November 24, 2015 at 11:25 amResearch

Biology Grad Student Gets Kopchick Fellowship Award

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.

Debra Walter, a Ph.D. student in Biological Sciences, received $15,000 as part of the 2015 John J. Kopchick fellowship awards for her work on :“Renal signatures of coxsackievirus infection and diabetes in non-obese diabetic mice.” Her faculty mentor is  Karen Coschigano Project Title: “Renal signatures of coxsackievirus infection and diabetes […]

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November 24, 2015 at 11:01 amResearch

Carroll Part of Kopchick Award for Microbiota Research

Dr. Ronan Carroll

Dr. Ronan Carroll, Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences, is part of a team awarded one of the 2015 John J. Kopchick Awards for research at Ohio University. The $10,000 award from the John J. Kopchick Molecular and Cellular Biology and Translational Biomedical Sciences Faculty Support Fund is for faculty for […]

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November 24, 2015 at 10:46 amResearch

Tanda Looks at Protein’s Role in Human Health

Tanda Looks at Protein’s Role in Human Health

By Andrea Gibson and Philip Barnes Hearing loss. Birth defects. Cancer. What do these medical problems have in common? Two Ohio University biology researchers think that one tiny protein in the body may play a key role in regulating these issues. Dr. Mark Berryman, Associate Professor of Biomedical Sciences, and […]

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May 26, 2015 at 3:30 pmResearch