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  • Building Future Faculty Program Building Future Faculty Program
    Dr Sherli Koshy-Chenthittayil was chosen out 300+ applicants to participate in the Building Future Faculty program in NC state (https://oied.ncsu.edu/divweb/building-future-faculty-program/). The program gives participants a chance to practice their interview skills with a department of choice and also are given valuable insights into academic life.  Workshop topics include information regarding what to expect as a […]
  • New $3M NIH Grant Targets Respiratory Infection with Math. Modeling New $3M NIH Grant Targets Respiratory Infection with Math. Modeling
    No one is ever pleasantly surprised to find mold growing on food that has been left in the fridge too long. But everyday there is plenty of mold around us that we don’t see, including hundreds of spores of some types of invisible mold that we unknowingly inhale. While this probably sounds pretty alarming and […]
  • Ovarian Cancer Cells Hoard Iron to Fuel Growth Ovarian Cancer Cells Hoard Iron to Fuel Growth
    Cancer cells tend to hoard iron, and ovarian cancer cells in particular. They take in more iron than normal cells, and they release less of it. UConn Health postdoctoral fellow in computational biology Anna Konstorum, director of the Center for Quantitative Medicine Reinhard Laubenbacher, and their colleagues wondered why. Perhaps cancer cells’ iron habit was a weakness […]