Press Release Archive: 2014

December 18, 2014 | Student Spotlight: Rebekah Le, Graduate Student
Rebekah Le, a graduate student in Professor Ken Cho’ s laboratory, recently received the K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award from the Association of Read More

December 18, 2014 | Community Spotlight: Katherine Hills ’83
Over the last 10 years, no other alum has devoted more time and energy to the Ayala School than Katherine Hills. Like many of Read More

December 18, 2014 | Huntington’s Disease Discoveries Could Lead to Therapeutics
Professor Lawrence J. Marsh, Developmental and Cell Biology, in collaboration with members of Dr. C-K Shen’s lab in Academica Sinica, Taiwan, found that the distribution Read More

December 18, 2014 | Understanding Cold Cataracts Through Toothfish Proteins
Professor Rachel W. Martin, Departments of Chemistry and Molecular Biology and Biochemistry, and co-workers including Ayala School undergraduate student Jan Bierma, are hoping to gain understanding Read More

December 18, 2014 | Teaching Students How to Critically Analyze Data
One of the most important objectives of the Biology curriculum at UCI is to impart skills that will enable our students to excel in Read More

December 18, 2014 | New Insight into Neurodegenerative Diseases Through Transport Proteins
A new study by Professor Steven P. Gross, Developmental and Cell Biology, in collaboration with the Vallee lab at Columbia University, has discovered how a Read More

December 18, 2014 | Sharing Best Practices for Teaching Methodologies
Dr. Justin Shaffer, Lecturer PSOE, Developmental and Cell Biology, recently published research on an upper-level human anatomy class in an effort to share his Read More

December 18, 2014 | Gaining Ground on Understanding Memory Loss
Why is there a high degree of variation in the rates at which seemingly healthy adults lose cognitive function as they age? Professor Dana Read More

December 18, 2014 | World’s Largest Inquiry into Genetically Modified Crops Involves Ayala School Professor
Professor Bruce Blumberg, Developmental and Cell Biology, is on the review board for the Factor GMO (genetically modified organism) study, which is called one Read More

December 18, 2014 | Minority Science Programs Undergraduates Win Big at National Conferences
Undergraduates participating in research training with the Ayala School’s Minority Science Programs (MSP) received an impressive 17 awards for their research presentations at three Read More

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