Adjunct Professor Elizabeth Theil has received the La Ka Shing Women in Science 2011 Research Award toward her research project on The Molecular Basis of Iron Absorption from Food (legumes).
Professor Benito de Lumen has recently been elected as a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement in Science for his important contributions to natural products biochemistry, with special regard to the
The Muscular Dystrophy Association has awarded 44 grants totaling $13.5 million to support research efforts aimed at advancing understanding of disease processes and un
CNR Achieves LEED Gold® on the Morgan Hall, the home of Nutritional Science and Toxicology.
Molecular Toxicology alumni Ludmilla Aristilde has begun an investigation into stresses on marine phytoplankton while working on her postdoctoral research at Princeton University.
Assistant Professor Danica Chen won a 2009 Searle Scholars Award, one of 15 young professors nationwide.
Recent MolTox graduate William J. Jo, Ph.D. is the first author of an article published in Toxicological Sciences.