Students Present at ABRCMS
SJSU MARC, RISE, LSAMP and CoSRaTS students attended the Annual Biomedical Research
Conference for Minority Students.
Miller Conrad Lab Awarded NIH Grant
Prof. Laura Miller Conrad was awarded an NIH grant to study antibiotic resistance in Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Rascón, Jr. Awarded NIH Grant
Prof. Alberto A. Rascón, Jr. was awarded an NIH research grant to investigate midgut proteases in the virus-carrying Aedes aegypti mosquito.
Two mass spectrometers were donated to the Department of Chemistry for use in CHEM
55L and 155.
Kelly Awarded 266K by NSF
Prof. Resa Kelly was awarded an NSF grant to develop and present molecular visualizations that support
student learning in general chemistry.
Seminars in Japan
Prof. Gilles Muller was invited by the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) to visit several
Japanese universities to participate in educational and scientific discussions and
to lead lectures and research seminars.
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