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Hutchison, CBID project leader, receives Early Career Research Achievement

Justin Hutchison, assistant professor of civil, environmental & architectural engineering, received a National Science Foundation Career Development (CAREER) award. 

Slusky featured in KU's "I Am Striving" series

University of Kansas faculty are striving to advance knowledge, interpret our world, solve problems, spark innovation, create beauty and catalyze imagination through their research, scholarship and creative activity.

Orozco, CBID Research Project Awardee, Granted $9,998

Robin Orozco, Assistant Professor, Department of Molecular Biosciences, was awarded a $9,998 pilot grant by the KU Center for Genomics for her project entitled: “Pro-autoimmune allele of PTPN22 influences immune cell functions during virus infection.”

Fehr, CBID Faculty Recruit, granted $424,184 by National Institutes of Health

CBID faculty recruit Anthony Fehr, Dept of Molecular Biosciences, has been granted $424,184 by the National Institutes of Health for his project titled "Identifying the targets of virus-induced PARPs during SARS-CoV-2 infection."

Berkland, CBID Pilot Project Awardee, Granted $3,025,839

Cory Berkland, Dept. of Pharmaceutical Sciences, was awarded $3,025,839 by The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust for his project, "Development of SAgA-T1D as Type 1 Diabetes Antigen Specific Immunotherapy."

Hefty, CBID Program Director, Granted New Award

Scott Hefty, CBID Program Director and Professor, Department of Molecular Biosciences, was awarded $275,468 by the University of Washington for his project entitled: “Functional Genomics for Chlamydia.”

Fehr invited to serve on Journal of Virology editorial board

Anthony Fehr, Assistant Pro

Chandler Awarded the 2022 HOPE Award

Congratulations to Josephine Chandler, Associate Professor of Molecular Biosciences, who was one of two faculty members awarded the 2022 HOPE Award by the senior class of 2023. The award was established to Honor an Outstanding Progressive Educator. Dr.

Sathyamoorthi, CBID Research Project Awardee, Granted $66,075

Shyam Sathyamoorthi, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, was awarded a $66,075 supplement by the National Institutes of Health for his project entitled: “Tethered aza-Wacker Technology for Complex Antibiotic Assembly.”

KU Hosts Inaugural Chemical Biology Symposium

LAWRENCE — Through the joint effort of the National Institute of Health Center of Biomedical Research Excellence in Chemical Biology of Infectious Disease (CoBRE CBID), the NIH-sponsored Dynamic Aspects of Chemical Biology Graduate Student Training program (DACB) and the Higuchi Biosciences Cente

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