The Battelle Center for Science, Engineering, and Public Policy in the John Glenn College of Public Affairs has announced the selection of four Ohio State University students who will attend the Ame
Congratulations to Amanda Simcox who is a co-PI on a four-year NIH grant entitled “Next-generation Drosophila cell lines to elucidate the cellular basis of human diseases.” In this collaborative project with colleagues at Harvard, the Simcox group will use new methods to generate cell lines
Congratulations to the Singh lab whose five-year grant entitled "Regulation of RNA surveillance by the dynamic Exon Junction Complex" was recently funded by the National Institutes of Health, focusing on the interplay between RNA splicing and quality control.
Congratulations to Jay Hollick who received a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation to study the molecular genetics of paramutation - an example of directed and heritable changes in gene expression that occur without alterations of the DNA code.
Congratulations to Anita Hopper whose four year grant entitled "tRNAProcessing and Nuclear-Cytoplasmic Dynamics" was recently funded by the National Institutes of Health. This work will focus on the biogenesis and trafficking of tRNAs.