The National Science Foundation recently awarded a $680,000 grant to Wake Forest University Associate Professor of Chemistry Patricia Dos Santos. In addition to funding research that helps scientists better understand life on earth, the grant also enables her to mentor students from other Triad-area colleges.
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NSF grant supports biochemistry research and mentoring outreach
The National Science Foundation awarded $900,000 to an interdisciplinary group led by Dr. Gloria Muday examining how hormones affect growth and development of the roots of Arabidopsis thaliana, which is a genetic model used to provide insight into other plants.
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$900K NSF grant helps WFU researchers look for the big picture in big data
This collaborative grant brings together researchers in biology, computer science and mathematics who began working together through Wake Forest’s Center for Molecular Signaling.
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Read about Dr. Muday in Wake Forest Experts
The epigenome is the software of Life. All the cells in your body contain the same hardware, or DNA sequence. We’re different because we contain different transcriptional programs, or epigenomes. Different software will program the same hardware into a different thing.
Ke Zhang, Biology professor and BMB faculty member
Dr. Zhang’s research on Epigenetics and the Epigenome provides interesting insights into clinical research. Read more below at the OG & B website.
Epigenetic research provides clinical insight