Post-doc in Alzheimers

Postdoctoral Position Available The Fossati Lab at the Alzheimer’s Center at Temple (ACT), Temple University Lewis Katz School of Medicine, Philadelphia, has a position available for one postdoctoral fellow. This laboratory is within the recently established and fast growing ACT,...
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Nia Reynea Lane: Focused on Community Research

Your name, program, mentor name. My name is Nia Reynea Lane and I am enrolled in the BSN to Ph.D. in Nursing. I am in my second year. Tell me the story of when you realized you were passionate about science. When I was a young girl, I’ve always had an interest in science. My...
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Alumni Spotlight: Dr. Adriana D. Benavides, Associate Editor for Cancer Immunology Research for the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR)

Dr. Adriana D. Benavides is the Associate Editor for Cancer Immunology Research (CIR) for the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR). She graduated in 2014 with a Ph.D. in Microbiology and Immunology. She was a member of Dr. Ellen Kraig’s lab studying the effects of...
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Dr. Paolo Casali Receives Grant From Lupus Research Alliance

Paolo Casali, M.D., Zachry Foundation Distinguished Professor of Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics and Professor of Medicine, has just been awarded the Target identification in Lupus grant from the Lupus Research Alliance. The grant was for a project entitl...
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20 Tips To Help You With Your CV and Resume

Mary Bradley, the director of Career & Professional Development at the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at UT Health San Antonio, shares 20 tips about how to create your CV and resume. This is based on the October 3 workshop. Tip 1: Know The Difference Between A CV And...
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14 events have scholarship deadlines

Don’t miss out! Scholarship deadlines are fast approaching for over a dozen (14) Keystone Symposia opportunities listed below. They are offering up to $1,200 to students and post-doctoral fellows to support travel to upcoming meetings.   Pain: Aligning the Target Februa...
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Words From Our GSBS Presidential Ambassador: Highlights from the 2019 President’s Gala

This past weekend I had the incredible opportunity of attending the 12th annual President’s gala, the largest our university has ever seen. The event took place downtown at the luxurious Grand Hyatt hotel, and had nearly 1,200 students, professors, and notable guests from our...
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GSBS Alumnus Dr. James Jackson Publishes in Journal of Cell Biology and Recognized in Scientific American

Congratulations to one of our CSB Graduate Program alumni, James G. Jackson, Ph.D. on his paper just published in Journal of Cell Biology entitled “Chemotherapy-induced senescent cancer cells engulf other cells to enhance their survival.” His research found that some cancer...
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