Many Biology majors enter their program with the goal of pursuing a medical degree, giving little to no thought about a possible career in research.
This R21 proposal is designed to use cell and mouse models to understand the role of the NOTCH-PAX9 signaling pathway in alcohol-induced esophageal injury.
This project is an application for the continuation of a cooperative agreement (U54), “Mechanisms of Alcoholic Pathology” (MAP), between faculties of the Biomedical/Biotechnology Research Institute
It is increasingly clear that proteins of the extracellular matrix (ECM) are key regulators of cell patterning and morphogenesis in the developing nervous system.
In this project, community members from local alcohol treatment facilities along with individuals with lived experience presented a panel to students and community members regarding increasing awar