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Lifetime Achievement Award

KB Brosnihan

Dr. K. Bridget Brosnihan, Professor of Surgical Sciences and Physiology and Pharmacology, and Director of the Molecular Medicine and Translational Science Graduate Program,  was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Inter American Society of Hypertension, at the biannual meeting …

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ITS Student Awarded Boren Fellowship


Nazanin Kaussari, MA student in the Interpreting and Translations Studies Program, has been awarded the prestigious Boren Fellowship. Nazanin was chosen from a very select group of graduate students to pursue her studies in Farsi and will be traveling to …

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WFSM Institutional Alcohol Research Training Program


I am happy to announce both the renewal of the WFSM Institutional Alcohol Research Training Program (T32) and the funding of an additional administrative supplement to the T32.  Our Alcohol Research Training Program, now in its 21st year of funding …

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2014 SfN Traveling Scientist Program

Congratulations to Dr. Carol Milligan and the Western North Carolina Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience upon receiving a grant award for the 2014 Society for Neuroscience Distinguished Traveling Scientist Program.

The Society for Neuroscience will partly sponsor a series …

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Dr. Fred Perrino Named New MCB Track Director


It is my pleasure to announce that Dr. Fred Perrino has been elected to the position of Track Director for the Molecular and Cellular Biosciences Graduate Program.  He has accepted, and will transition to the directorship in the coming days.    …

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Neuroscience Graduate Program Ranked #9

Congratulations to our Neuroscience faculty and students. Our program has been ranked as one of the top 10 Neuroscience Programs at Graduateprograms.com “according to students enumerating the best graduate programs in the country in a variety of fields based solely
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Byron Van Nest Awarded Heiligenberg Student Travel Award

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Please join me in congratulating Byron Van Nest, a Neuroscience PhD Candidate,  for being awarded the Heiligenberg Student Travel Award to attend the International Congress of Neuroethology in Sapporo, Japan next month. Additionally, his poster abstract was selected for …

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