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Co-First Authors Jing Jin and Chao Chen Collaborate on Neurogenesis

Chao Chen and Jing Jin, Ph.D. recipients, are first-time co-authors. Their article is about a cross-species functional analysis, specifically the process of neurogenesis, from…

March 1, 2016

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Professor Armbrster May Help Fight Zika Virus

Biology Professor Peter Armbruster studies and raises tens of thousands of the Asian Tiger Mosquito in an effort to understand the process of diapause. Why, one might ask, would…

January 17, 2016

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Recent Graduate Spends Summer in Kenya

Collin Leibold is a graduate of Georgetown University College who recently participated in a service project in Kenya. He partnered with the Mother of Mercy Girls Secondary…

August 11, 2015

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Congratulations to Professor Leslie Ries

Professor Leslie Ries released two articles referencing her research on monarch butterflies. The first in the Washington Post quotes Professor Leslie Ries’s work and the…

August 5, 2015

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Excellence in Teaching Award to Prof. Manus Patten

Each year the undergraduate students of the Georgetown College have the opportunity to vote for a professor that deserves to be recognized. From his teaching style in class to…

May 1, 2015

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Kaley Beins and Sarah Kramer win Fulbright Fellowships, and Sarah Waye wins Goldwater Scholarship

Georgetown students go above and beyond, especially in the field of science. The most successful and driven students qualify themselves to be recognized for different,…

May 1, 2015

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A Piece of the MS Puzzle

Assistant Professor of Biology Jeffrey Huang investigates complex interactions in the brain in the hope of improving therapies for MS.…

March 3, 2015

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Trey Picou and Sweta Batni receive Sigma Xi grants

These outstanding graduate students are encouraged to continue their research with the honor of the Sigma Xi.…

January 7, 2015

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Heidi Elmendorf Named D.C. Professor of The Year

Heidi Elmendorf an associate professor in Georgetown College’s biology department, is being honored as the 2014 Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching’s District…

November 20, 2014

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Microbes: the Good, the Bad, and the Harmless

Assistant Professor of Biology Shaun Brinsmade studies how microbes can change from harmless to. …

November 10, 2014