2015

MIC Assistant Professor Melissa Kendall, PhD receives RO1 for “Ethanolamine Signaling in Virulence Gene Regulation and Host/Microbial Interactions”

Congratulations to Melissa Kendall, PhD on receiving her RO1 for “Ethanolamine Signaling in Virulence Gene Regulation and Host/Microbial Interactions”.  The grant is given by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases - for the … [Read more...]

David Brautigan Fund for MCB Student Travel

A hearty congratulations to Dr. David Brautigan, Program Leader of SIG, who recently was honored by Brown University with a fund for student travel named in his honor: the “David Brautigan Fund for MCB Student Travel “. This fund was catalyzed by a … [Read more...]

School of Medicine Awards 2014: Dean’s Award for Excellence in Team Science Research

Congratulations to Kodi S. Ravichandran, Douglas A. Bayliss, Norbert Leitinger, Brant Isakson, Mark Yeager, Ulrike M. Lorenz, and Bimal Desai for winning the distinguished Dean’s Award for Excellence in Team Science Research! Colleagues described … [Read more...]

SOM 2014 Awards for MIC Faculty

School of Medicine Awards 2014: Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching Alison Criss, PhD received the Dean’s Award for Excellence in Teaching! Information about the award can be found here. An excerpt of the Award poster can be found here. … [Read more...]

Winner of the 2014 Robert R. Wagner Prize for Outstanding Research in Microbiology.

Brittany Johnson (from Alison Criss's laboratory), has been selected as the winner of the 2014 Robert R. Wagner Prize for Outstanding Research in Microbiology. Brittany will receive the Wagner Award and present a seminar to the Department and others … [Read more...]

2014 MIC Outstanding Student Award

Christine Coquery (from Loren Erickson’s laboratory), has been selected as the the 2014 MIC Outstanding Student, and will be the MIC Graduate Program's nominee for the Peach and Hungerford Awards. She will join outstanding students from the other … [Read more...]

Fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Program

Dr. Denis Tebit, Assistant Professor of Research at the Myles Thaler Center for AIDS and Human Retroviruses, Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Cancer Biology, was recently awarded a Fellowship by the Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship … [Read more...]