• Ries uses her grant to do research on butterflies
    Biology professor Leslie Ries is using one of her three National Science Foundation grants on research

    Biology professor Leslie Ries uses one of her three National Science Foundation grants to do research on butterflies

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    Ries Receives Three Grants for Ecological Research

    Biology professor Leslie Ries has recently received 3 grants from the National Science Foundation to analyze the springtime emergence patterns of plants, insects and birds, to study the migration patterns of monarch butterflies, and to examine the impact of natural disasters on butterfly habitats.

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    Gates Cambridge Scholarship to Ayan Mandal

    A double major in neurobiology and biological physics, Mandal plans to earn his Ph.D. in psychiatry while at Cambridge, before likely returning to the United States to attend medical school.

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    Singer's Lab Receives a Grant to Study The Immune Response to Giardia

    Congratulations to professor Steven Singer and his lab for receiving a grant. The National Institute for Allergy and Infectious Disease has awarded Professor Steven Singer's lab a grant to study immune responses to Giardia.

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    Singer and Coelho Publish Review Of Parasite Research

    Biology professor Steven Singer and postdoctoral fellow Camila Henriques Coelho, in collaboration with a team from Brazil, recently published an analysis of the spread of Giardia lamblia. Giardia lamblia is an intestinal parasite linked to untreated water and poor sanitation.

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    Professor Jennifer Fox Receives an Award!

    We are pleased to announce the 2018 Teaching Excellence Award given to Professor Jennifer Fox. This is a special recognition of her outstanding teaching skills and a monetary acknowledgment of the significant work that she devotes to course planning and preparation to her courses.

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    Fighting for the Future

    Each year Bermuda has the honor of enjoying one Rhodes Scholarship. This year, a biology major at Georgetown University Deirdre Collins (C’17) received the Rhodes Scholarship award.

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    A New Understanding How Two Cells Know When to Fuse

    Research from the Rose lab published recently in the Journal of Cell Biology reveals a novel mechanism for how two mating yeast cells detect when they are in contact and trigger cell fusion.

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    Assistant Professor Shweta Bansal and Her Research

    Why one might ask, would you want to stop getting vaccines? Assistant Professor Shweta Bansal and her research collaborators are trying to identify just that. With datasets based on location and information on the emergence or childhood diseases, Bansal’s research is an attempt to validate or discredit the movement against vaccines one and for all.

  • Professor Maguire-Zeiss has recently been published an article
    One Step Closer Toward Understanding Neurodegenerative Disease

    Professor Maguire-Zeiss has recently been published in the European Journal of Neuroscience for a collaboration on research aimed toward understanding the inflammatory mechanisms underlying neuronal loss in degenerative disease.