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STCEID Awards Doctoral Scholarships

(January 2018) -- Cellular and Molecular Biology students Natalia Castro-Lopez and Jonathon Keck are the recipients of the 2018 UTSA South Texas Center for Emerging Infectious Diseases doctoral scholarships. Each student will receive $26,500 to help complete their doctoral work.

Dr. Garry Sunter Received a $1 Million DARPA Award to Aid Food Security

(Oct 2017) -- Dr. Sunter's goal is to develop a technology that enlists insects to deliver genetic therapies that improve the health of vulnerable, mature plants.
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Dr. Jose Lopez-Ribot Inducted into the UTSA Academy of Distinguished Researchers

(July 2017) -- The Academy of Distinguished Researchers selects and honors outstanding faculty who are accomplished scholars and who share UTSA’s continuing commitment to research excellence; to foster the highest quality of research and scholarly activity by UTSA faculty; and to promote the University’s vision as a premier public research university.
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Dr. Thomas Forsthuber Selected as a Biomedical Research Exemplar

(April 2017) -- The Research Exemplar Project honors individuals doing high-quality, high-impact, federally-funded research who also maintain an impressive reputation for professionalism and integrity in their work.

Dr. Bernard Arulanandam Elected to Fellowship in the American Academy of Microbiology

(April 2017) -- The American Academy of Microbiology recognizes excellence, originality, and leadership in the microbiological sciences.
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Dr. Floyd Wormley Jr. Selected for a 2017-18 U.S. Fulbright Scholar Award

(April 2017) -- The Fulbright Program aims to increase mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries.

Dr. Janakiram Seshu Receives $404,250 NIAID Grant to Support Lyme Disease Research

(February 2017) -- Dr. Seshu's research focuses on better understanding and preventing the spread of Lyme disease; in particular, how the Borrelia burgdorferi bacterium is able to adapt to its immediate environment inside the tick vector or infected mammalian hosts.
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