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With New $11.35M NIH COBRE Award, KU Center continues fight against Infectious Diseases

The National Institutes of Health has re-upped its support of the Chemical Biology of Infectious Disease Center (CBID) at the University of Kansas with a five-year, $11.35 Phase II grant.

KU center wins $11 million grant to continue study of infectious diseases

The Chemical Biology of Infectious Disease Center at KU has been awarded an $11.35 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for phase two of the grant.

Hutchison Awarded CBID Research Project for 2021

Justin Hutchison, Assistant Professor, Department of Civil, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, University of Kansas, is the newest recipient of a CBID research project award.

Dr. Slusky, CBID graduate, develops machine learning approach better at differentiating enzyme sites

Dr. Joanna Slusky, Associate Professor of Molecular Biosciences and CBID graduate develops a machine-learning model: Metal Activity Heuristic of Metalloprotein and Enzymatic Sites.

Sathyamoorthi, CBID Research Project Awardee, Granted New NIH R35 Award

Shyam Sathyamoorthi, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicinal Chemistry, was awarded $373,437 by National Institutes of Health.

Coronavirus researcher: FDA approval more reason to get COVID-19 vaccine

Dr. Anthony Fehr was interviewed by KSHB News.

Dr. Brandon DeKosky receives The University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute award

Brandon DeKosky was awarded $37,875 by The University of Kansas Medical Center Research Institute.

Dr. Sathyamoorthi receives 2021 J.R. and Inez Jay Fund research award

Dr. Sathyamoorthi was awarded $25,000 by the J.R. and Inez Jay Fund.

Drs. Kalamvoki and Unckless Promoted to Associate Professor

Drs. Kalamvoki and Unckless will be promoted to associate professor with tenure effective at the start of the 2021 fall semester.

Molecular biosciences professor receives NSF Career Award

Dr Robert Unckless, assistant professor of molecular biosciences was awarded a prestigious NSF Career Award that will support his research over the next five years. 

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