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2013 MACHE Bowl


Graduate Students from Area Universities Competed in the Second Maya Angelou Center for Health Equity Bowl held at Wake Forest Biotech Place, Winston-Salem, NC on Saturday, March 2, 2013.  Teams comprised of graduate students from Appalachian State University, University of …

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WFU Schools of Business Biotechnology Case Competition Winners Announced


Business, law, science and medical students from top universities around the nation converged at the Wake Forest University Schools of Business on February 8-9 for the 4th Annual Biotechnology Conference and Case Competition. The eight student teams had one week …

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WFIRM – An International Leader in Regenerative Medicine


The Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine (WFIRM) is a leader in translating scientific discovery into clinical therapies. The WFIRM’s research to “print” cartilage tissue using a hybrid system is being reported by numerous national and international news outlets, including …

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WFU Faculty Develope Novel Drug for Cancer Research


The work of a team of Wake Forest researchers developing a novel drug for prostate cancer treatment is featured on the cover of the Nov. 26 issue of the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry.

George Kulik, an associate professor of …

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A Google search for drug discovery

Jason Galiano(2) Grants totaling $860,000 fund cutting-edge genetic sequencing!

It’s what scholars dream about: getting to work with the latest technology and leading researchers in the industry to develop a scientific breakthrough.

For Jason Gagliano, a biology graduate student, it’s a reality.…

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Wicked Silence

Wicked Silence

Come join the Graduate School community as we host a private screening of the film “Wicked Silence”.

Wicked Silence is a film documentary about the NC forced eugenics program created by graduate students Jessica Pic and Sana Haq in the

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New insight into the Amazon


Home to one out of every five species living today, the ‘estern Amazon is one of the Earth’s areas of greatest biodiversity. But what was it like before European settlers arrived?

“The pendulum swung from views that ‘people were nowhere’ …

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