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Susan Ackerman

  1. UC San Diego's Susan Ackerman Elected to National Academy of Medicine (10-20)
  2. Overlooked 'Housekeeping' Gene Plays Unexpected Role in Seizures (09-20)
  3. Susan Ackerman and Bill McGinnis Elected to National Academy of Sciences (05-19)
  4. Susan Ackerman and Yishi Jin Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences (04-19)
  5. Researchers Identify Gene That Helps Prevent Brain Disease (05-18)

Omar Akbari

  1. Researchers Develop CRISPR-based Rapid Diagnostic Tool for SARS-CoV-2 (11-21)
  2. New Technology Designed to Genetically Control Disease-spreading Mosquitoes (09-21)
  3. Synthetic SPECIES Developed for Use as a Confinable Gene Drive (06-21)
  4. New 'Split-drive' System Puts Scientists in the (Gene) Driver Seat (03-21)
  5. Scientists Set a Path for Field Trials of Gene Drive Organisms (12-20)
  6. Biologists Create New Genetic Systems to Neutralize Gene Drives (09-20)
  7. Mosquitoes Engineered to Repel Dengue Virus (01-20)
  8. Omar Akbari Honored with NIH New Innovator Award (10-19)
  9. New CRISPR-based Technology Developed to Control Pests with Precision-guided Genetics (01-19)
  10. Researchers Develop First Gene Drive Targeting Worldwide Crop Pest (04-18)
  11. Taking Aim at Mosquitoes and Disease (02-18)

Eric Allen

  1. Study Finds Bacteria Living in Marine Sponge Produce Toxic Flame Retardant-Like Compounds (05-17)

Timothy Baker

  1. Tim Baker Honored with Microscopy Society of America 2012 Distinguished Scientist Award (08-12)
  2. DNA Knot Keeps Viral Genes Tightly Corked (06-08)
  3. Neurobiologists Selected for National Awards (09-17)

Matthew Banghart

  1. National Organizations Announce Funding to Support UC San Diego Neurobiologists (07-19)
  2. Neurobiologists Selected for National Awards (09-17)

Andrew Barton

  1. Barton Receives Simons Foundation Early Career Award (06-17)

Eric Bennett

  1. Quality Control Mechanisms inside Cells Help Clear Collisions (03-20)
  2. Eric Bennett and Brenda Bloodgood Win NIH New Innovator Awards (10-15)
  3. Eva-Maria Collins and Eric Bennett Win Hellman Fellowship

Darwin K. Berg

  1. Three UC San Diego Professors Elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences (05-18)
  2. Scents and Social Preference: Neuroscientists ID the Roots of Attraction (08-17)
  3. Elsa Cleland and Darwin Berg Win 2016 Chancellor's Associates Faculty Excellence Awards (03-16)
  4. Named AAAS Fellow (12-08)

Ethan Bier

  1. UC San Diego Biology Lab Receives $1.4M Grant to Fight Malaria Spread (03-22)
  2. Genetic Strategy Reverses Insecticide Resistance (01-22)
  3. New Research Helps Explain the Genetic Basis for Why We Look the Way We Do (11-21)
  4. New Genetic 'CopyCatchers' Detect Efficient and Precise CRISPR Editing in a Living Organism (05-21)
  5. New 'Split-drive' System Puts Scientists in the (Gene) Driver Seat (03-21)
  6. Researchers Unveil Detailed Genome of Invasive Malaria Mosquito (02-21)
  7. UC Researchers Pioneer More Effective Method of Blocking Malaria Transmission in Mosquitoes (11-20)
  8. Biologists Create New Genetic Systems to Neutralize Gene Drives (09-20)
  9. Fly Model Offers New Approach to Unraveling 'Difficult' Pathogen (02-20)
  10. New CRISPR-based Gene-Drive System in Bacteria Defeats Antibiotic Resistance (12-19)
  11. Next-generation Gene Drive Arrives (04-19)
  12. Active Genetics Technology Opens New Horizons (02-18)
  13. Pair of Discoveries Illuminate New Paths to Flu and Anthrax Treatments (10-17)
  14. Tata Institute for Genetics and Society Advances with Building Naming, Inaugural Chair Holders (09-17)
  15. UC San Diego Researchers Join $14.9 Million Fight Against Disease-transmitting Mosquitoes (07-17)
  16. Active Genetics Goes Global (10-16)
  17. Ethan Bier Named Allen Distinguished Investigator (03-16)
  18. Biologists Create Malaria-Blocking Mosquitoes (11-15)
  19. New Genetic Method Promises to Advance Gene Research and Control Insect Pests (03-15)
  20. Biologists Uncover Mechanisms for Cholera Toxin's Deadly Effects (09-13)
  21. Getting to the Heart of Down Syndrome (11-11)
  22. Fruit Flies Reveal Secrets of How Anthrax Kills (10-10)
  23. Evolution of Nervous System (09-06)
  24. Multiplex RNA labeling (05-05)
  25. Multiplex RNA labeling (10-04)
  26. Gene Visualization (8-04)
  27. Differentiation Triggers (01-02)
  28. Disease Genes (06-01)
  29. Beckman Scholars (04-00)

Brenda Bloodgood

  1. NIH Funds New Program to Broaden Diversity in Neurobiology (04-21)
  2. A New View for Protein Turnover in the Brain (08-17)
  3. Eric Bennett and Brenda Bloodgood Win NIH New Innovator Awards (10-15)
  4. Brenda Bloodgood and Kimberly Cooper Named Pew Scholars (06-15)
  5. Brenda Bloodgood Wins Inaugural Cal-BRAIN Funding (04-15)
  6. Brenda Bloodgood and 3 Others at UC San Diego Win Funding from Obama's BRAIN Initiative (08-14)

Steve Briggs

  1. Biologists Pioneer First Method to Decode Gene Expression (08-19)
  2. Lowering Tumor Risk in Stem Cell Therapies (07-10)
  3. Mechanisms of How Immune Cells Move (05-10)
  4. Scientists and Investors Mingle at Summit (04-09)
  5. Algae is the Answer (09-08)
  6. Eureka! Undergrad Summer Research Program (09-08)
  7. UCSD Organizes Biofuels Conference (02-08)
  8. Stephen Briggs Named to AAAS (10-07)
  9. Igert Training Grant Awarded (08-05)

Stuart Brody

  1. [BIO]rigins (02-21)
  2. Hannah Grunwald and Stuart Brody Honored at 2019 Founding Faculty Awards (12-19)
  3. UC San Diego Establishes Center for Chronobiology (03-10)

Madeline Butler

  1. 'Barcoding' Life (01-14)
  2. California - A Sunny State of Opportunities (05-06)

Lin Chao

  1. Taking out the (Life-threatening) Garbage: Bacteria Eject Trash to Survive (09-18)
  2. Lin Chao Honored for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching (03-14)
  3. Do Bacteria Age? (10-11)
  4. Protein Receptor for Carbonation Taste (10-09)
  5. Eng Endowment Supports Wilderness Studies (10-07)

Andrew Chisholm

  1. Moderate Levels of 'Free Radicals' Found Beneficial to Healing Wounds (10-14)
  2. Worms Reveal Secrets of Wound Healing Response (11-11)
  3. UC San Diego Biologists Discover Genes That Repair Nerves After Injury (09-11)

Maarten J. Chrispeels

  1. Chrispeels Receives Gude Award from Plant Biology Society (11-19)
  2. Bringing Graduate Research to High School Classrooms (06-10)
  3. Bio Grad Students Bring Research into Classrooms (07-08)
  4. UCSD Organizes Biofuels Conference (02-08)
  5. Named an Inaugural Fellow of the ASPB (09-07)
  6. Partnership to boost Chile's biotech science (09-07)
  7. "Natural" Farming? (06-04)
  8. Named AAAS Fellow (10-03)

Elsa Cleland

  1. Plant Consumers Play Unexpectedly Large Role in the Evolution of Seedling Success (05-21)
  2. Biology Professors Named World's Most Influential in Their Fields (01-18)
  3. Elsa Cleland and Darwin Berg Win 2016 Chancellor's Associates Faculty Excellence Awards (03-16)
  4. 2010 Hellman Faculty Fellows (05-10)
  5. Climate Change and Southern California Ecosystems (04-09)

Eva-Maria Schoetz Collins

  1. Researchers Unravel Key Mechanism Underlying Hydra's Regenerative Ability (12-17)
  2. UC San Diego Researchers Explain the Mechanism of Asexual Reproduction in Freshwater Flatworms (09-17)
  3. UC San Diego Biophysicists Discover How Hydra Opens Its Mouth (03-16)
  4. Eva-Maria Schoetz Collins Named 2016 Cottrell Scholar (02-16)
  5. Flatworms Could Replace Mammals for Some Toxicology Tests (07-15)
  6. Eva-Maria Collins and Eric Bennett Win Hellman Fellowship
  7. 2013 Sloan Research Fellow (03-13)

Heidi Cook-Anderson

  1. What Makes a Good Egg? (02-18)

Kimberly Cooper

  1. Scientists Expand CRISPR-Cas9 Genetic Inheritance Control in Mammals (01-22)
  2. Natural loss of foot muscle in rodents shares mechanisms typically associated with disease and injury (10-19)
  3. Biological Sciences' Kimberly Cooper Selected for Renowned Awards (08-19)
  4. UC San Diego Researchers First to Use CRISPR/Cas9 to Control Genetic Inheritance in Mice (01-19)
  5. Kimberly Cooper Awarded Packard Foundation Fellowship (10-15)
  6. Evolution of Kangaroo-Like Jerboas Sheds Light on Limb Development (10-15)
  7. Brenda Bloodgood and Kimberly Cooper Named Pew Scholars (06-15)
  8. Kimberly Cooper and Byungkook Lim Named 2015 Searle Scholars (04-15)

Nigel Crawford

  1. Faculty Excellence Award (04-09)

Matthew Daughtery

  1. Matt Daugherty Named 2021 Infectious Disease Investigator by Burroughs Wellcome Fund (11-21)
  2. Immune System Sets 'Tripwire' to Protect against Viruses (02-21)
  3. Daugherty and Root Awarded Hellman Fellowships (04-20)
  4. A Deep Look into the Biology and Evolution of COVID-19 (04-20)
  5. UC San Diego Biologists Named New Pew Scholars (06-18)

Michael David

  1. Biologists Discover Source for Boosting Tumor Cell Drug Sensitivity (10-18)
  2. Discovery May Shed Light on Why Some HIV-Positive Patients Have More Virus (09-12)
  3. Anti-inflammatory Drugs and Cancer (06-09)
  4. New Antiviral Mechanism in Mammals (10-07)
  5. Anthrax Immunology (01-04)

Arshad Desai

  1. Two BioSci Faculty Members Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences (05-22)
  2. Wait for Me: Cell Biologists Decipher Signal that Ensures No Chromosome is Left Behind (01-21)
  3. Cancers with High TRIM37 Enzyme Levels More Susceptible to Centrosome Blocker (09-20)

Alexandra Dickinson

  1. Growth-promoting, Anti-aging Retinal at the Root of Plant Growth Too (08-21)

Rachel Dutton

  1. Two BioSci Student-Advisor Pairs Selected for 2021 HHMI Gilliam Fellowships (08-21)
  2. Rachel Dutton and David Traver Recognized with NIH's High-Risk, High-Reward Awards (09-18)
  3. Thousands of Genes Exchanged within Microbial Communities Living on Cheese (07-17)
  4. UC San Diego Biologists Named Pew Scholars (06-17)
  5. Rachel Dutton Awarded Packard Fellowship (10-16)
  6. Say 'Cheese' (04-16)

Beverly Emerson

  1. Gen-Sheng Feng and Beverly Emerson Named AAAS Fellows (11-15)

Mark Estelle

  1. Biology Professors Named World's Most Influential in Their Fields (01-18)

Emma Farley

  1. Emma Farley Garners National High-Risk, High-Reward Award (10-17)

Gen-Sheng Feng

  1. A Target for Potential Cancer Drugs May, In Fact, Worsen Disease (11-21)
  2. Gen-Sheng Feng and Beverly Emerson Named AAAS Fellows (11-15)

Rick Firtel

  1. Slime Mold Reveals Clues to Immune Cells' Directional Abilities (05-16)
  2. Study Finds that Fast-Moving Cells in the Human Immune System Walk in a Stepwise Manner (03-14)
  3. Mechanisms of How Immune Cells Move (05-10)
  4. Protein Compass Guides Amoebas Toward Their Prey (10-08)
  5. Cell Motility Regulation (08-07)
  6. Cell Steering (05-02)

Stacey Glasgow

  1. Stacey Glasgow Awarded Hellman Fellowship (01-21)

James Golden

  1. Researchers Uncover Importance of Aligning Biological Clock with Day-Night Cycles (04-20)
  2. Study Finds Bacteria Living in Marine Sponge Produce Toxic Flame Retardant-Like Compounds (05-17)
  3. In Love with Research, and with Each Other (02-10)

Susan Golden

  1. Scientists Assemble a Biological Clock in a Test Tube to Study How it Works (10-21)
  2. Researchers Uncover Importance of Aligning Biological Clock with Day-Night Cycles (04-20)
  3. Waking Up to Why Sleep Health Matters (11-19)
  4. Susan Golden Elected to American Academy of Microbiology Board of Governors (09-19)
  5. Coming to Light: Researchers Document Surprise Mobility in Wild Bacteria (12-18)
  6. Susan Golden to Receive International Research Honor (03-18)
  7. Ancient Biological Clockwork Revealed Using 'Secret Sauce' (03-17)
  8. Susan Golden Named HHMI Professor (06-14)
  9. Elected to National Academy of Sciences (04-10)
  10. Study Finds Bacteria Divide Like Clockwork (03-10)
  11. UC San Diego Establishes Center for Chronobiology (03-10)
  12. How Biological Clock Controls Cell Division in Bacteria (02-10)
  13. In Love with Research, and with Each Other (02-10)
  14. Regional Partnership to Develop Algal Biofuels (04-09)

Ralph Greenspan

  1. Flies Possess More Sophisticated Cognitive Abilities than Previously Known (02-22)
  2. Flyception 2.0: New Imaging Technology Tracks Complex Social Behavior (02-20)
  3. First Jellyfish Genome Reveals Ancient Beginnings of Complex Body Plan (12-18)

Ananda Goldrath

  1. Ananda Goldrath elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences (04-21)
  2. Scientists Identify Promising New Approach for Immune System Defense against Cancer (12-17)
  3. Four Biologists Receive More Than $3 Million for Transformative Research (10-16)
  4. Professors Goldrath and Traver Receive Funding from California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (09-12)
  5. Ananda Goldrath named Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Scholar (12-11)
  6. Named 2007 Pew Scholar in Biomedical Sciences (06-07)

Shelley Halpain

  1. Shelley Halpain and Sonya Neal Honored with Inclusive Excellence Awards (02-21)
  2. Study Suggests Disruptive Effects of Anesthesia on Brain Cell Connections Are Temporary (07-14)

Randy Hampton

  1. NIH Awards UC San Diego $8.7M to Train a New Generation of Biological Sciences Graduate Students (01-21)
  2. Randy Hampton Receives Sixth College Outstanding Faculty Award (07-20)
  3. Randy Hampton and Stephanie Mel Receive College Honors (06-19)

Nan Hao

  1. New Research Provides Clues on Optimizing Cell Defenses When Viruses Attack (09-20)
  2. Researchers Discover Two Paths of Aging and New Insights on Promoting Healthspan (07-20)
  3. Scientists Decipher Mechanisms Underlying the Biology of Aging (11-17)

Jeff Hasty

  1. When Strains of E.coli Play Rock-Paper-Scissors, It's Not the Strongest That Survives (12-20)
  2. UC San Diego synthetic biologists redesign the way bacteria 'talk' to each other (03-20)
  3. Synthetic Biologists Extend Functional Life of Cancer-Fighting Circuitry in Microbes (09-19)
  4. Researchers Film Bacteria Using "Hand-to-Hand" Combat to Steal Antibiotic Resistance Genes (03-18)
  5. Scientists Decipher Mechanisms Underlying the Biology of Aging (11-17)
  6. Scientists Invent New Tool for the Synthetic Biologist's Toolbox (07-17)
  7. UC San Diego Researchers Develop Bacterial 'FM Radio' (04-14)
  8. Living 'Neon Signs', Millions of Glowing Bacteria (12-11)
  9. Glowing, Blinking Bacteria Reveal How Cells Synchronize Biological Clocks (09-11)
  10. Researchers Synchronize Blinking “Genetic Clocks” (01-10)

Stephen Hedrick

  1. Immunology Association Names Stephen Hedrick to its Inaugural Class of Distinguished Fellows (11-19)
  2. Four Biologists Receive More Than $3 Million for Transformative Research (10-16)

Don Helinski

  1. [BIO]rigins (02-21)
  2. Don Helinski Honored with Revelle Medal (11-17)

David A. Holway

  1. Foreign Bees Monopolize Prize Resources in Biodiversity Hotspot (02-19)
  2. Worldwide Importance of Honey Bees for Natural Habitats Captured in New Report (01-18)
  3. Fire Ants' Spread Aided by Partnership With Other Insects (12-11)
  4. Faculty Director of UCSD's Natural Reserve System (01-10)
  5. Invasive Wasps' Ecological Harm (07-09)
  6. Ecology of San Diego's Ant "Super Colony" (02-08)
  7. Argentine Ants Eating Across California (12-07)
  8. Argentine Ant Diet Shifts (12-07)
  9. Invasive Ant Territoriality (11-06)
  10. Water Culprit In Ant Invasions (03-06)
  11. Success of Ant Invasions (11-05)
  12. Ants in San Diego (07-03)
  13. Genetic Diversity of Ants (05-00)

Alisa Huffaker

  1. Alisa Huffaker Receives 2020 CAREER Award from National Science Foundation (11-20)
  2. Novel 'On-off' Switch Discovered in Plant Defenses (07-20)
  3. Biologists Untangle Growth and Defense in Maize, Define Key Antibiotic Pathways (09-19)
  4. 11 UC San Diego Faculty Members Honored with Hellman Fellowships (11-03)

Enfu Hui

  1. UC San Diego Biologists Discover Process That Neutralizes Tumors (07-18)
  2. UC San Diego Biologists Named New Pew Scholars (06-18)
  3. Enfu Hui Named 2018 Searle Scholar (04-18)

Terence Hwa

  1. UC San Diego Faculty Receive Trifecta of National Awards (11-21)
  2. Biological Sciences Professor Terence Hwa, Alumnus Lawrence Goldstein Elected to National Academy of Sciences (05-20)
  3. Quantitative Biology Opens Trail to Ecological Exploration, Evolutionary Prediction (11-19)
  4. Researchers Unravel Age-Old Mystery of Why Cells Use Fermentation (12-15)
  5. Quantitative Approaches Provide New Perspective on Development of Antibiotic Resistance (12-13)
  6. Simple Math Sheds New Light on a Long-Studied Biological Process (08-13)

Yishi Jin

  1. UC San Diego Biological Sciences Professors Elected to National Academy of Sciences (05-22)
  2. Kavli Foundation Donates $5M to UC San Diego Brain and Cognition Research (04-22)
  3. Jen Jin Receives A.P. Giannini Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowship (12-21)
  4. Brainiacs: New Summer Research Program Supports Underrepresented Neurosciences Undergrads (06-21)
  5. Yishi Jin Named ASCB Fellow, KIBM Co-Director (09-20)
  6. Susan Ackerman and Yishi Jin Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences (04-19)
  7. Yishi Jin Named to Junior Seau Endowed Faculty Chair in Traumatic Brain Injury (03-18)
  8. Discovery Offers New Genetic Pathway for Injured Nerve Regeneration (01-18)
  9. Neurobiologists Selected for National Awards (09-17)
  10. Biologists Uncover Details of How We Squelch Defective Neurons (09-13)
  11. Named to Association for the Advancement of Science (01-11)
  12. Essential protein for axon regrowth in animal model (09-09)

Ashley Juavinett

  1. Ashley Juavinett Shares Her Story as a Queer Person in Academia (09-21)
  2. Time to Rock and Roach: Bringing Experiments from the Lab to the Home (05-21)
  3. NIH Funds New Program to Broaden Diversity in Neurobiology (04-21)
  4. So You Want to Be a Neuroscientist? (12-20)

Suckjoon Jun

  1. UC San Diego Faculty Receive Trifecta of National Awards (11-21)
  2. Researchers Unravel Mechanisms that Control Cell Size (05-19)
  3. Study Sheds Light on What Causes Cells to Divide (12-14)
  4. UC San Diego Receives $1.15 Million NSF Grant for Biology 'Boot Camps' (07-13)
  5. Two Young UC San Diego Faculty Members Named Pew Scholars (06-13)
  6. Named Allen Young Investigator (03-13)

James T. Kadonaga

  1. UC San Diego Biological Sciences Professors Elected to National Academy of Sciences (05-22)
  2. Recently Discovered Protein Turbocharges Gene Expression (03-22)
  3. Artificial Intelligence Aids Gene Activation Discovery (09-20)
  4. Cracking How 'Water Bears' Survive the Extremes (10-19)
  5. Scientists Find Missing Factor in Gene Activation (05-18)
  6. James Kadonaga Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences (04-17)
  7. UC San Diego Biologists Unlock Code Regulating Most Human Genes (01-30)
  8. New Genetic 'Operating System' Facilitated Evolution of 'Bilateral' Animals (09-14)
  9. Biologists Find 'Missing Link' in the Production of Protein Factories in Cells (06-14)
  10. Biologists' Discovery May Force Revision of Biology Textbooks (08-11)
  11. Second Motor Protein That Rewinds DNA (11-10)
  12. Motor Protein Rewinds DNA (10-08)

Amy Kiger

  1. 2010 Hellman Faculty Fellows (05-10)
  2. The Scientist's Scientist to Watch (05-07)
  3. Named Kimmel Scholar (05-06)

David Kleinfeld

  1. 'Feel Good' Brain Messenger Can Be Willfully Controlled, New Study Reveals (07-21)
  2. New Blueprint of Brain Connections Reveals Extensive Reach of Central Regulator (04-21)
  3. Food for Thought: New Maps Reveal How Brains are Kept Nourished (03-21)
  4. Wired to Think (09-19)
  5. Borrowing from Astronomy to Rob the Twinkle from Brain Imagery (06-19)
  6. Neurobiologist David Kleinfeld to Lead $15 million NIH study (11-18)
  7. UC San Diego Researchers Solve Mystery of Oxygenation Connections in the Brain (10-17)
  8. Four Teams of Neurobiologists Awarded NIH BRAIN Grants (10-16)
  9. David Kleinfeld Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences (05-15)
  10. Four Biology Professors Win NIH Grants from Obama's BRAIN Initiative (09-14)

Joshua R. Kohn

  1. Foreign Bees Monopolize Prize Resources in Biodiversity Hotspot (02-19)
  2. Beach Replenishment May Have 'Far Reaching' Impacts on Ecosystems (03-16)
  3. Study Shows Africanized Bees Continue to Spread in California (09-15)
  4. Non-self-fertilizing Flowers Diversify Faster (10-10)
  5. Eng Endowment Supports Wilderness Studies (10-07)
  6. Evolution of Monkeyflowers (09-06)
  7. One-Way Evolution (1-06)

Takaki Komiyama

  1. Neurobiologists Reveal How Value Decisions are Coded into Our Brains (11-21)
  2. Neural Implant Monitors Multiple Brain Areas at Once, Provides New Neuroscience Insights (04-21)
  3. UC San Diego neurobiologist part of $2 million project to study brain, motor-skill learning (12-19)
  4. Scientists Locate Brain Area Where Value Decisions Are Made (05-19)
  5. A Sprinkle of Platinum Nanoparticles onto Graphene Makes Brain Probes More Sensitive (06-18)
  6. Takaki Komiyama Wins 2014 McKnight Scholar Award (05-14)
  7. Motor Cortex Shown to Play Active Role in Learning Movement Patterns (05-14)

William Kristan

  1. Bill Kristan Honored with Award for Education in Neuroscience (10-15)

Sergey Kryazhimskiy

  1. New Tool Assesses Evolutionary Risks of Antibiotics (01-22)
  2. Evolutionary Stalling: Researchers Explore the Boundaries of Natural Selection (08-20)
  3. Sergey Kryazhimskiy Awarded Hellman Fellowship (08-18)
  4. UC San Diego Researchers Join $14.9 Million Fight Against Disease-transmitting Mosquitoes (07-17)
  5. Sergey Kryazhimskiy Named 2017 Sloan Research Fellow (02-17)

Carolyn Kurle

  1. 'Island of Rats' Recovers (03-21)
  2. From the Field: Innovative Animal-borne Video and Sampling Show Antarctic Leopard Seals as Adaptable Apex Predators (08-20)
  3. Earth Connection Inspires Environmental Stewardship (04-20)
  4. Carolyn Kurle Named Changemaker Faculty Fellow (11-19)
  5. Novel Technologies Reveal Key Information About Depleted East Pacific Green Sea Turtles (01-18)
  6. Measuring the Impact of a Changing Climate on Threatened Yellowstone Grizzly Bears (05-17)
  7. Study Shows Signs of Hope for Endangered Sea Turtles (01-17)
  8. Contamination from Marine Mammals May Hamper Recovery of California Condors (08-16)
  9. Study Finds Black Bears in Yosemite Forage Primarily on Plants and Nuts (08-15)
  10. 2012-2013 Hellman Faculty Fellow (05-12)

Russell Lande

  1. Julian Schroeder and Russell Lande Elected to National Academy of Sciences (04-15)

Andres Leschziner

  1. UC San Diego Scientists to Explore New Frontiers in Parkinson's Disease Research with $7.2M Grant (09-20)
  2. Leading-edge Technology Unmasks Protein Linked to Parkinson's Disease (08-20)

Byungkook Lim

  1. Distinct Parkinson's Disease Symptoms Tied to Different Brain Pathways (04-21)
  2. Byungkook Lim Awarded Grant for 'High Risk-High Payoff' Research (06-20)
  3. Byungkook Lim Honored for Research Achievements By Brain and Behavior Foundation (08-18)
  4. New Study of Brain Circuits Finds Key Links to Symptoms of Depression (07-17)
  5. Kimberly Cooper and Byungkook Lim Named 2015 Searle Scholars (04-15)

Stanley Lo

  1. New UC Alliance Aims to Boost Latinx STEM Teaching Professors (03-22)
  2. Time to Rock and Roach: Bringing Experiments from the Lab to the Home (05-21)

Matthew Lovett-Barron

  1. Matthew Lovett-Barron Named 2022 Sloan Research Fellow (02-22)
  2. Matthew Lovett-Barron Named 2021 Packard Fellow (10-21)

Li-Fan Lu

  1. Li-Fan Lu and Jose Pruneda-Paz named Hellman Faculty Fellows (05-13)

Jens Lykke-Andersen

  1. Jens Lykke-Andersen Honored for Excellence in Graduate Teaching (04-19)

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Eduardo Macagno

  1. NIH Funds New Program to Broaden Diversity in Neurobiology (04-21)
  2. Partnership to boost Chile's biotech science (09-07)
  3. Innovation on both sides of the border (06-06)
  4. $2.1 Million Science Education Grant (06-06)
  5. California's Educational Divide (11-04)
  6. Technology Award (04-05)
  7. Mysteries of the Brain (10-04)
  8. Academy of Sciences (04-04)
  9. Diversity in Science (08-03)
  10. UCSD Honors Dr. Crick (07-03)
  11. Award to Dr. Crick (06-03)
  12. Architecture (05-03)
  13. Prof. Friedkin, 84, dies (10-02)
  14. Dean, Div. of Biology (11-00)

Cressida Madigan

  1. NIH Names Cressida Madigan for 2021 New Innovator Award (10-21)
  2. Cressida Madigan Named 2021 Pew Biomedical Scholar (06-21)
  3. Historical Disease Meets Modern Biology in New Faculty Member Cressida Madigan's Lab (07-20)
  4. Cressida Madigan Named 2020 Sloan Research Fellow (02-20)
  5. Cressida Madigan Selected as Searle Scholar (12-19)

Roberto Malinow

  1. Roberto Malinow Elected to National Academy of Medicine (10-15)
  2. How to Erase a Memory – And Restore It (06-14)
  3. Elected to National Academy of Sciences (05-12)

Theresa Markow

  1. Students travel to Mexico for Advanced Ecology Course (09-10)
  2. Students Travel to Panama for Research Expedition (08-09)
  3. Named AAAS Fellow (12-08)
  4. Fruits of the fly (12-08)
  5. Flies May Reveal Evolutionary Step to Live Birth (11-08)

Stephen Mayfield

  1. Sustainable Sneakers: UC San Diego Scientists Create the World's First Biodegradable Shoe (04-22)
  2. UC San Diego Forging a Sustainable Future with Renewable Products (08-20)
  3. New Science Behind Algae-based Flip-flops (08-20)
  4. Ready for Prime Time: New Public Course Explores the Future of Algae Biotechnology (08-20)
  5. Researchers Turn Algae Leftovers into Renewable Products with Flare (05-20)
  6. Algae Shown to Improve Gastrointestinal Health (01-20)
  7. UC San Diego Awarded $2 Million to Advance Algae-based Renewable Polymers (12-18)
  8. A Flip Flop Revolution (10-17)
  9. Scientists Complete First EPA-Approved Outdoor Field Trial for Genetically Engineered Algae (05-17)
  10. Surfing into a Greener Future (04-15)
  11. Meeting on 'Green Revolution 2.0' Draws Researchers and New Ideas (03-15)
  12. UC San Diego Faculty 'Go Global' with Two New MOOCs (06-14)
  13. Quest for Edible Malarial Vaccine Leads to Other Potential Medical Uses for Algae (04-13)
  14. UC San Diego Biologists Produce Rainbow-Colored Algae (03-13)
  15. Course Seeks to Educate World about Sustainable Food and Energy Issues (02-13)
  16. Biologists Engineer Algae to Make Complex Anti-Cancer 'Designer' Drug (12-12)
  17. Bioengineered Marine Algae Expands Environments Where Biofuels Can Be Produced (11-12)
  18. Biofuels Research Continues Rapid Growth (01-12)
  19. Biologists Use Algae-Produced Protein in Global Health Initiative (11-11)
  20. New Jobs in State's Green Economy (09-11)
  21. $9 Million for Algal Biofuels Research (06-10)
  22. Potential of Algae to Produce Human Therapeutics (03-10)
  23. Expert on Genetics of Algae Joins UC San Diego (11-09)

Lisa McDonnell

  1. Time to Rock and Roach: Bringing Experiments from the Lab to the Home (05-21)

William McGinnis

  1. New Research Helps Explain the Genetic Basis for Why We Look the Way We Do (11-21)
  2. Susan Ackerman and Bill McGinnis Elected to National Academy of Sciences (05-19)
  3. Division Helps Launch Campus Science Fiction Film Series (05-14)
  4. New Dean Seeks to Improve Undergraduate Experience (10-13)
  5. Distinguished UC San Diego Developmental Biologist Named Dean of Biological Sciences (06-13)
  6. Discovery of Wound-Healing Genes in Flies Could Mitigate Human Skin Ailments (04-13)
  7. Elected to the American Academy of Arts & Sciences (04-10)
  8. Second “Evolution Matters” Lecture (01-08)
  9. Evolution Matters Public Lecture (11-07)
  10. Multiplex RNA labeling (05-05)
  11. Multiplex RNA labeling (10-04)
  12. Gene Visualization (08-04)
  13. Body Evolution (02-02)

Claire Meaders

  1. UC San Diego Women Scientists Featured in Statue Exhibit at the Smithsonian (03-22)
  2. Time to Rock and Roach: Bringing Experiments from the Lab to the Home (05-21)

Hiruy Meharena

  1. New Faculty Bridge Black Studies and STEM (02-22)

Stephanie Mel

  1. Time to Rock and Roach: Bringing Experiments from the Lab to the Home (05-21)
  2. Randy Hampton and Stephanie Mel Receive College Honors (06-19)
  3. Stephanie Mel Honored for Exceptional Undergraduate Teaching (04-17)
  4. Biology Students Join Hundreds of Undergraduates Across Nation to Co-Author Genomics Research Paper (05-15)

Justin Meyer

  1. Trained Viruses Prove More Effective at Fighting Antibiotic Resistance (06-21)
  2. A Deep Look into the Biology and Evolution of COVID-19 (04-20)
  3. Dissecting COVID-19: Biology Professor Opens Infectious Disease Course to Public Audiences (04-20)
  4. UC San Diego Researchers Receive Funding to Address Critical Issues Facing California (01-19)
  5. Virus Found to Adapt through Newly Discovered Path of Evolution (03-18)
  6. 11 UC San Diego Faculty Members Honored with Hellman Fellowships (11-17)
  7. UC San Diego Researchers Join $14.9 Million Fight Against Disease-transmitting Mosquitoes (07-17)
  8. Biologists Watch Speciation in a Laboratory Flask (11-16)

Mauricio Montal

  1. Biophysical Society Fellow (06-03)

Cornelis Murre

  1. Cell's Design Helps Launch Quick Defenses When under Attack (02-20)
  2. Applying the Goldilocks Principle to DNA Structure (06-19)
  3. Locking Down the Big Bang of Immune Cells (09-17)
  4. Division Partners with 2 Other Campus Units on $8.6-Million NIH Grant (10-15)
  5. Quantitative Biology approach reveals importance of physical constraints on critical DNA interaction (08-14)
  6. First 3-D Image of Antibody Gene (04-08)

Sonya Neal

  1. Two BioSci Student-Advisor Pairs Selected for 2021 HHMI Gilliam Fellowships (08-21)
  2. Biologist Sonya Neal Advances Social Issues Education and STEM Inclusivity (07-21)
  3. BioSci at 60: Mentorship, Then & Now (02-21)
  4. Shelley Halpain and Sonya Neal Honored with Inclusive Excellence Awards (02-21)
  5. Biologist Sonya Neal Named 2020 Pew Scholar (06-20)

James Nieh

  1. Researchers ID Sex Pheromone of Invasive Giant Hornet (03-22)
  2. Size Matters for Bee 'Superorganism' Colonies (11-21)
  3. I See You: Honey Bees Use Contagious and Honest Visual Signal to Deter Attacking Hornets (12-20)
  4. New Scholarship Award for Master's Students Honors a Mother's Legacy (11-20)
  5. Pesticide Cocktail Can Harm Honey Bees (04-19)
  6. Pesticides and Poor Nutrition Damage Animal Health (12-17)
  7. James Nieh Named Fellow of Royal Entomological Society (11-17)
  8. Luring Hornets: Scientists Unlock Sex Pheromone of Notorious Honey Bee Predator (10-17)
  9. UC Funds New Pathway for Graduate Diversity (09-17)
  10. Common Pesticide Damages Honey Bee's Ability to Fly, Research Finds (04-17)
  11. Biologists Discover Sophisticated “Alarm” Signals in Honey Bees (03-16)
  12. Tiny Parasite May Contribute to Declines in Honey Bee Colonies by Infecting Larvae (05-15)
  13. Why 'Whispers' Among Bees Sometimes Evolve Into 'Shouts' (07-14)
  14. Fear of Predators Drives Honey Bees Away from Good Food Sources (10-13)
  15. Commonly Used Pesticide Turns Honey Bees into 'Picky Eaters' (05-12)
  16. Bringing Graduate Research to High School Classrooms (06-10)
  17. 'Stop' Signal in Honey Bee Communication (02-10)
  18. Bees Can Learn Differences in Food's Temperature (11-09)
  19. Academic Senate Teaching Awards (05-09)
  20. Bees Heat up, Fly Faster with Protein-Rich Food (07-08)
  21. Bee Espionage (06-04)
  22. Bee Communication (09-03)

Maho Niwa

  1. Maho Niwa Named Allen Distinguished Investigator (10-20)
  2. Researchers Identify Key Players in Cell Division (11-19)

Clodagh O'Shea

  1. Three UC San Diego Biologists Receive Howard Hughes Medical Institute Faculty Scholar Awards (09-16)

Karen Oegema

  1. Two BioSci Faculty Members Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences (05-22)
  2. Cancers with High TRIM37 Enzyme Levels More Susceptible to Centrosome Blocker (09-20)

Amy Pasquinelli

  1. NIH Awards UC San Diego $8.7M to Train a New Generation of Biological Sciences Graduate Students (01-21)
  2. Amy Pasquinelli Awarded Grant on Aging Research (06-18)
  3. Researchers Identify microRNA Targets in C. elegans (01-10)
  4. Keck Young Scholar Award (07-06)

Gentry Patrick

  1. Social Justice as Part of the Remedy for What Ails Us (06-21)
  2. On a New Path to STEM Success (04-19)
  3. Widening the Pathway to a STEM Career (01-19)
  4. A New View for Protein Turnover in the Brain (08-17)
  5. Gentry Patrick Receives Award for Outstanding Faculty Leadership in Presidential Initiatives (12-15)
  6. A Mentor for Success (10-15)
  7. Local Students Experience Science at UC San Diego (08-14)
  8. 2010 Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action and Diversity Awards (02-11)
  9. Named Hellman Fellow (07-08)
  10. Ray Thomas Edwards Award (10-05)

Gulcin Pekkurnaz

  1. Biological Sciences Neurobiologist Recognized by National Programs (07-18)

Katherine Petrie

  1. Time to Rock and Roach: Bringing Experiments from the Lab to the Home (05-21)
  2. Virus Found to Adapt through Newly Discovered Path of Evolution (03-18)

Lorraine Pillus

  1. Lorraine Pillus Named Revelle College Faculty Fellow (05-20)
  2. Microbiology Academy Names Lorraine Pillus as New Fellow (03-18)
  3. Lorraine Pillus Named 2017 AAAS Fellow (11-17)
  4. Scientists Decipher Mechanisms Underlying the Biology of Aging (11-17)

Joseph Pogliano

  1. Biological Sciences Launches Immersive Work Experience and Corporate Affiliates Programs (10-21)
  2. CRISPR-Resistant Viruses Build 'Safe Rooms' to Shield Genomes from DNA-Dicing Enzymes (12-19)
  3. Viruses Found to Use Intricate 'Treadmill' to Move Cargo across Bacterial Cells (06-19)
  4. Joe Pogliano Elected Fellow of American Academy of Microbiology (05-19)
  5. Biologists Discover How Viruses Hijack Cell's Machinery (01-17)
  6. Biologists Develop Method for Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing (01-16)
  7. New Method Allows Scientists to Screen Natural Products for Antibiotics (12-15)
  8. Biologists Discover New Method for Discovering Antibiotics (09-13)

Kit Pogliano

  1. UC San Diego and Thermo Fisher Scientific Enter Innovative Strategic Partnership (04-22)
  2. Biological Sciences Launches Immersive Work Experience and Corporate Affiliates Programs (10-21)
  3. Students, Faculty and Staff Assemble Do-It-Yourself Air Filtration Boxes that Fight COVID-19 Spread (09-21)
  4. Viruses Found to Use Intricate 'Treadmill' to Move Cargo across Bacterial Cells (06-19)
  5. Kit Pogliano: Q & A with New Dean of Biological Sciences
  6. New Dean Selected to Lead UC San Diego's Division of Biological Sciences (07-18)
  7. Surprise Finding Points to DNA's Role in Shaping Cells (02-18)
  8. Biologists Develop Method for Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing (01-16)
  9. New Method Allows Scientists to Screen Natural Products for Antibiotics (12-15)
  10. Mining Microbes: Division Plays Key Role in Campus Initiative (10-15)
  11. Biologists Discover New Method for Discovering Antibiotics (09-13)
  12. Fellow in American Academy of Microbiology (02-09)
  13. Nationwide Science Education Program (12-07)
  14. The Scientists: Imaging Bacterial Protein (06-07)
  15. Fly Protein Helps Heal (06-03)

James W. Posakony

  1. Jim Posakony Honored with 2018 UC San Diego Integrity Award (04-18)
  2. Jim Posakony Named 2011 AAAS Fellow (12-11)
  3. Fly's Clues to Hearing (03-00)

Paul A. Price

  1. Species Divergence (01-01)

Jose Pruneda-Paz

  1. Researchers Produce a Plant Library of Master Genetic Switches (07-14)
  2. Li-Fan Lu and Jose Pruneda-Paz named Hellman Faculty Fellows (05-13)

Samara Reck-Peterson

  1. UC San Diego Scientists to Explore New Frontiers in Parkinson's Disease Research with $7.2M Grant (09-20)
  2. Leading-edge Technology Unmasks Protein Linked to Parkinson's Disease (08-20)
  3. Reck-Peterson and Stevens Awarded HHMI Gilliam Fellowship (04-20)
  4. Nikon Imaging Center Opens at UC San Diego (09-18)
  5. Reck-Peterson Named HHMI Investigator (05-18)
  6. New Insights on Cell Transport Motor Reveal a Surprise of Acceleration (09-17)
  7. Three UC San Diego Biologists Receive Howard Hughes Medical Institute Faculty Scholar Awards (09-16)

Diana Rennison

  1. Diana Rennison Honored with Two Early Career Awards (12-20)

Keefe Reuther

  1. Time to Rock and Roach: Bringing Experiments from the Lab to the Home (05-21)

Scott Rifkin

  1. Genes, Environment, or Chance? (02-10)

Fabian Rivera-Chávez

  1. Fabian Rivera-Chávez Awarded Mallinckrodt Foundation Grant (12-21)
  2. A Push to Inoculate Vaccination Disparity (05-21)

Cory Root

  1. Daugherty and Root Awarded Hellman Fellowships (04-20)

Kaustuv Roy

  1. Ocean Acidification is Transforming California Mussel Shells (01-21)
  2. Extinction Runs in the Family (08-09)
  3. Tropics are the Source of Most New Species (10-06)
  4. Evolution of Size (01-06)
  5. Bee Communication (09-03)
  6. Genetic Diversity (05-01)

Massimo Scanziani

  1. Four Teams of Neurobiologists Awarded NIH BRAIN Grants (10-16)
  2. Four Biology Professors Win NIH Grants from Obama's BRAIN Initiative (09-14)
  3. Biologists Detail the Brain's Balancing Act (08-14)
  4. How the brain represents both faint and intense signals (11-09)
  5. Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator (05-08)

Immo E. Scheffler

  1. Named AAAS Fellow (12-08)
  2. UMDF Sage Fellowship (09-03)

Eric Schmelz

  1. Researchers Reveal Switch Used in Plant Defense Against Animal Attack (11-20)
  2. Biologists Untangle Growth and Defense in Maize, Define Key Antibiotic Pathways (09-19)

Julian I. Schroeder

  1. UC San Diego Plant Biologist Honored by Alexander von Humboldt Foundation (03-22)
  2. Julian Schroeder Honored with Hales Prize from the American Society of Plant Biologists (08-20)
  3. New Biosensor Visualizes Stress in Living Plant Cells in Real Time (06-20)
  4. Julian Schroeder Awarded International Prize for Advances in Plant Research (03-19)
  5. Biology Professors Named World's Most Influential in Their Fields (01-18)
  6. Biologist Elected to German National Academy (07-17)
  7. Julian Schroeder and Russell Lande Elected to National Academy of Sciences (04-15)
  8. Julian Schroeder Elected President of American Society of Plant Biologists (10-14)
  9. Discovery Provides Insights on How Plants Respond to Elevated CO2 Levels (07-14)
  10. Biologists Develop Nanosensors to Visualize Movements and Distribution of Plant Stress Hormone (04-14)
  11. New Plant Protein Discoveries Could Ease Global Food and Fuel Demands (05-13)
  12. 2010 Cozzarelli Prize (03-11)
  13. Genes That Control Toxic Metal Accumulation (11-10)
  14. One of Top 10 Breakthroughs of the Year (01-10)
  15. Plants' Carbon Dioxide Response Informs Water-wise Crops (12-09)
  16. How plants survive drought (10-09)
  17. Making Plants That Sip, Not Gulp, Water (07-09)
  18. Drought-Resistant Crops (05-09)
  19. Gene that Controls Ozone Resistance (02-08)
  20. Plant Abstinence by Mutual Consent (12-07)
  21. AAAS Fellows in Biological Sciences (11-06)
  22. Igert Training Grant Awarded (08-05)
  23. Bioremediation Steps (08-03)
  24. Plant Water Loss (06-01)

Terrence J. Sejnowski

  1. Physicists Train Robotic Gliders to Soar like Birds (09-18)
  2. Brain Trust (10-14)
  3. UC San Diego Creates Center for Brain Activity Mapping (05-13)
  4. Elected to National Academy of Engineering (02-11)
  5. Elected to National Academy of Sciences (04-10)
  6. Elected to Institute of Medicine (10-08)
  7. Homeland Security (1-03)

Andrew Shiau

  1. Cancers with High TRIM37 Enzyme Levels More Susceptible to Centrosome Blocker (09-20)

Jonathan Shurin

  1. Government Guidelines Across North America, Europe Fail to Protect Lakes from Salt Pollution (02-22)
  2. Recovery of Sea Otter Populations Yields More Benefits than Costs (06-20)
  3. Drug Lord's Hippos Make Their Mark on Foreign Ecosystem (01-20)
  4. A Drug Lord and the World's Largest Invasive Animal (05-18)
  5. Wild Weather's Influence on Biodiversity (01-10)

Laurie Smith

  1. Local Students Experience Science at UC San Diego (08-14)

Nicholas C. Spitzer

  1. Nick Spitzer Honored with American Philosophical Society's Lashley Award (04-22)
  2. Nick Spitzer Receives Eight-Year NIH-NINDS Research Program Award (05-20)
  3. Exercise Boosts Motor Skill Learning Via Changes in Brain's Transmitters (05-20)
  4. Researchers Identify Mechanism for Neurotransmitter‐Receptor Matchmaking (02-20)
  5. Brain Activity Linked to Stress Changes Chemical Codes (04-18)
  6. Scents and Social Preference: Neuroscientists ID the Roots of Attraction (08-17)
  7. The Future of Neurosciences at UC San Diego (03-15)
  8. Brain Trust (10-14)
  9. UC San Diego Biologists Receive $1 Million W.M. Keck Foundation Grant (07-13)
  10. UC San Diego Creates Center for Brain Activity Mapping (05-13)
  11. Nick Spitzer Elected into the National Academy of Sciences (05-13)
  12. Longer Days Bring 'Winter Blues'–For Rats, Not Humans (04-13)
  13. Professors Johnson and Spitzer honored with 2013 Faculty Excellence Awards (03-13)
  14. Nick Spitzer to Serve As Editor of BrainFacts.org (03-12)
  15. Development Influences Neurotransmitter Use (07-10)
  16. Light Triggers a New Code for Brain Cells (11-08)
  17. Electrical Activity Nerve Cells Language (12-06)
  18. Achievement Honors (05-01)
  19. Nerve Cell Development (03-01)

Chih-Ying Su

  1. A Map for the Sense of Smell (02-22)
  2. Findings Bridge Knowledge Gap between Pheromone Sensitivity and Courtship (10-19)
  3. Chih-Ying Su Awarded Hellman Fellowship (05-15)

Suresh Subramani

  1. Researchers Unveil Detailed Genome of Invasive Malaria Mosquito (02-21)
  2. A Deep Look into the Biology and Evolution of COVID-19 (04-20)
  3. Tata Institute for Genetics and Society Advances with Building Naming, Inaugural Chair Holders (09-17)
  4. Active Genetics Goes Global (10-16)
  5. Key Protein in Cell's “Self-Eating” Function (03-08)

Gürol Süel

  1. Researchers Manipulate Demographic of Bacterial Community with Novel Electronic Technology (05-22)
  2. 'Simple' Bacteria Found to Organize in Elaborate Patterns (01-22)
  3. They Remember: Communities of Microbes Found to Have Working Memory (04-20)
  4. Researchers Discover a New Mechanism Used by Bacteria to Evade Antibiotics (03-19)
  5. Bacterial Communities Use Sophisticated Strategy to Communicate over Long Distances (07-18)
  6. UC San Diego Biologists Discover Timesharing Strategy in Bacteria (04-17)
  7. Bacteria Recruit Other Species with Long-Range Electrical Signals (01-17)
  8. Three UC San Diego Biologists Receive Howard Hughes Medical Institute Faculty Scholar Awards (09-16)
  9. Biologists Discover Bacteria Communicate Like Neurons in the Brain (10-15)
  10. Resolving Social Conflict Is Key to Survival of Bacterial Communities (07-15)
  11. Gürol Süel Wins Scialog Award (06-15)

Xin Sun

  1. Excess Neuropeptides Disrupt Lung Function in Infant Disease and COVID-19 (03-22)

David Traver

  1. David Traver Wins Prestigious International Hematology Award (07-19)
  2. Zebrafish Help Researchers Explore Alternatives to Bone Marrow Donation (05-19)
  3. Rachel Dutton and David Traver Recognized with NIH's High-Risk, High-Reward Awards (09-18)
  4. Professors Goldrath and Traver Receive Funding from California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (09-12)
  5. Birth of Blood-Forming, Stem Cells in Embryo (02-10)
  6. Stem Cell Research Grant - SD Union Tribune (12-07)
  7. Stem Cell Research Grant - UCSD News (12-07)
  8. Named Kimmel Scholar (05-06)
  9. Beckman Scholar (04-06)
  10. Zebrafish Stem Cells (11-05)

Emily Troemel

  1. Biologists Pinpoint Key Factor in Immune System Response to Viral Infection (01-22)
  2. Research Uncovers How 'Non-professional' Cells Can Trigger Immune Response (06-21)
  3. A Deep Look into the Biology and Evolution of COVID-19 (04-20)
  4. UC San Diego Launches New Center for Anti-Parasitic Drug Discovery and Development (06-18)
  5. Researchers Discover New Pathway for Handling Stress (11-17)
  6. Single-Celled Fungi Multiply, Alien-Like, by Fusing Cells in Host (08-16)
  7. Emily Troemel named 2013 Burroughs Wellcome Fund Investigator (06-13)
  8. Emily Troemel Receives 2013 Merck Irving Sigal Memorial Award (04-13)
  9. Studies Reveal How Cells Distinguish Between Disease-Causing and Innocuous Invaders (04-12)
  10. Packard Fellowship for Science & Engineering (11-10)
  11. Hellman Faculty Fellow (05-09)
  12. Microbe in Roundworm (12-08)

Elizabeth Villa

  1. New Technologies Depict Transport Machine inside Cells as Having 'Lego-like' Ability (01-22)
  2. Elizabeth Villa Selected as 2021 HHMI Investigator (09-21)
  3. UC San Diego Scientists to Explore New Frontiers in Parkinson's Disease Research with $7.2M Grant (09-20)
  4. Leading-edge Technology Unmasks Protein Linked to Parkinson's Disease (08-20)
  5. Parkinson's Disease Protein Structure Solved inside Cells Using Novel Technique (02-20)
  6. Viruses Found to Use Intricate 'Treadmill' to Move Cargo across Bacterial Cells (06-19)
  7. UC San Diego Biologists Named Pew Scholars (06-17)
  8. Women Rising (11-17)

Jing W. Wang

  1. Hungry for Love: Gut Molecule Discovered that Flips the Feeding-to-Mating Switch (02-22)
  2. Fruit Fly's Response to Starvation (03-11)
  3. Odor Flips a Neural Switch Between Attraction and Aversion (05-09)
  4. Olfactory Fine-Tuning in Fruit Flies (07-08)
  5. Searle Scholar (05-05)

Steven Wasserman

  1. “Biotech Demystified”: Science Basics For Industry Leaders (03-10)
  2. Academic Senate to Honor Wasserman (05-07)
  3. Tweedle Coat Fashions Stocky Flies (10-06)

Gabriele Wienhausen

  1. Candice Sy Wins First Gabriele Wienhausen Biological Sciences Scholarship (12-16)
  2. Vision and Change Leadership Fellow (10-12)
  3. 2012 Athena Pinnacle Award in Education (05-12)
  4. 2010 Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action and Diversity Awards (02-11)
  5. Nationwide Science Education Program (12-07)

Jim Wilhelm

  1. Biologists Create Live System Mimicking Stress Response in Cells (08-20)
  2. Novel Cytoskeletal Filaments with Role in Cancer Treatment (09-10)
  3. 2009 New Scholar Award in Aging (10-09)

Christopher J. Wills

  1. New View of Species Interactions Offers Clues to Preserve Threatened Ecosystems (05-21)
  2. Third "Evolution Matters" Lecture (02-08)
  3. Evolution Matters Public Lecture (11-07)
  4. Nature Favors Diversity (01-06)

Yang Xu

  1. Opposite Effect: Protein Widely Known to Fight Tumors Also Boosts Cancer Growth (01-19)
  2. Study Provides Hope for Some Human Stem Cell Therapies (08-15)
  3. Biologists Discover Solution to Problem Limiting Development of Human Stem Cell Therapies (01-14)
  4. Study Finds Therapies Using Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells Could Encounter Immune Rejection Problems (05-11)
  5. Reducing Stem Cell Loss During Cancer Treatment (09-10)
  6. Lowering Tumor Risk in Stem Cell Therapies (07-10)
  7. Genetic Modification of Human Embryonic Stem Cells (01-10)
  8. CIRM Awards $5 Million Early Translational Grant (05-09)
  9. Cancer Therapies' Effectiveness Questioned (04-07)
  10. Stem Cell 'Quality Control' (12-04)

Martin F. Yanofsky

  1. Shatterproof: The Seeds of a Blockbuster Discovery (05-19)
  2. Martin Yanofsky named a Fellow of the AAAS (04-09)
  3. Elected to National Academy of Sciences (04-08)
  4. Fourth “Evolution Matters” Lecture (02-08)
  5. Evolution Matters Public Lecture (11-07)
  6. Distinguished Teaching Award (03-07)
  7. AAAS Fellows in Biological Sciences (11-06)
  8. Crops Damage Ozone (05-04)
  9. Plants Harm Ozone (10-03)
  10. Leaves into Petals (02-01)
  11. Double Flowers (05-00)
  12. Seed Dispersal Genes (04-00)

Deborah Yelon

  1. NIH Awards UC San Diego $8.7M to Train a New Generation of Biological Sciences Graduate Students (01-21)

Dong-Er Zhang

  1. Dong-Er Zhang Named 2018 AAAS Fellow (11-18)

Yunde Zhao

  1. Yunde Zhao Named Editor-in-Chief of Plant Physiology (06-21)
  2. Biologists Create a New Tool for Monitoring Plant Health (12-20)
  3. How Plants Synthesize Their Growth Hormone (10-11)
  4. Plant Growth Hormones (06-06)
  5. Gene for Plant Growth (10-03)

Yimin Zou

  1. Neurobiologists Identify Widely Used Assembling and Stabilizing Forces behind Brain Synapses (10-21)
  2. UC San Diego Researchers Discover Key Mechanisms behind Synapse Degeneration in Alzheimer's Brain (08-21)
  3. Nerve Endings in Brain Wiring Found to 'Talk' to Each Other (07-20)
  4. National Organizations Announce Funding to Support UC San Diego Neurobiologists (07-19)
  5. Biologists Discover New Strategy to Treat Central Nervous System Injury (04-16)
  6. New Insights into Brain Circuit Wiring (02-11)

Elina Zuniga

  1. Elina Zúñiga Elected Fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology (03-21)
  2. Scientists ID Protein Exploited by Virus Ravaging West Africa (07-18)
  3. Biology Professor Delivers Minority Scientist Lecture at Global Conference (06-18)
  4. Researchers Uncover Mechanisms That Impair Immune System Defenses (04-18)
  5. Pair of Discoveries Illuminate New Paths to Flu and Anthrax Treatments (10-17)
  6. Awarded Grant from Lupus Research Institute (01-13)
  7. Named Hellman Fellow (07-08)