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Congratulations to Dr. Jean Bopassa on his promotion to Associate Professor with Tenure!!

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Congratulations to Stephanie Fedorchak, graduate student in Dr. Carie Boychuk’s lab being selected as a Neuroscience T32 fellow for the upcoming academic year!

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Congratulations to Dr. Noboru Hiroi for his recent publication in Lancet Psychiatry!! Click here to learn more.

Click here to read the article titled Neurobiological perspective of 22q11.2 deletion syndrome.

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Congratulations to Dr. Jun Hee Kim and Postdoctoral Fellow Tara Barron for their publication in Glia!! Click here to learn more.

Article titled: Neuronal input triggers Ca2+ influx through AMPA receptors and voltage‐gated Ca2+ channels in oligodendrocytes. Click here to read it.

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Congratulations to Dr. Mark Shapiro who was featured news article by News4SA on his studies of TBI treatment! Click here to learn more.

To Learn more click here: New therapy treatment could stop brain trauma seizures  

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Congratulations to Dr. Qian Shi for being awarded JDRF grant!!

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Congratulations to graduate student, Angie Olson in Dr. Galvan’s lab for being awarded 1st place in the Data Blitz at the 2019 American Aging Association Annual Meeting!

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Congratulations to Dr. Carie Boychuk for receiving the UT System Rising STARs award!! Click here to learn more.

Click here to read the recent article about Dr. Boychuk receiving the UT System Rising STARs award.

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Congratulations to Dr. Jim Nelson’s lab for their publication in Aging Cell! Click here to read the article.

Cheng, CJ, Gelfond, JAL, Strong, R, Nelson, JF. Genetically heterogeneous mice exhibit a female survival advantage that is age‐ and site‐specific: Results from a large multi‐site study. Aging Cell. 2019; 18:e12905. https://doi.org/10.1111/acel.12905

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Congratulations to Dr. Veronica Galvan for being featured in a Medscape article. Click here to read the article.

Blood-Brain Barrier Breakdown – Early Dementia Biomarker – Medscape

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