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Lifetime Achievement Award

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K. Bridget Brosnihan, PhD

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,

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WFSM Institutional Alcohol Research Training Program

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Dr. Brian McCool

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 …

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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

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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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Announcing New OPA Director – Dr. Allyn Howlett

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Allyn Howlett

It is my pleasure to announce that Dr. Allyn Howlett will be the new Director for the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.  She has accepted the position and will take on the role effective July 1st.    

Dr. Howlett …

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New T32 Grant – Studies in Translational Regenerative Medicine

George Christ

Congratulations to Dr. George Christ, Professor, WF Institute for Regenerative Medicine, who was recently awarded a T32 grant entitled “Studies in Translational Regenerative Medicine”. Dr. Christ has a broad interest in muscle physiology, intercellular communication and the role of smooth …

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From one forest to another

flyingrobot Flying robot will provide a unique view of the world’s most biodiverse ecosystem.

Soaring over a dense canopy of trees, a flying, insect-like robot developed by Wake Forest researchers will give an unprecedented look at Peru’s tropical cloud forest, one …

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