Gut microbes targeted for diagnosis, treatment of childhood undernutrition

Guided by the immune system, researchers have identified types of gut bacteria in young children in Malawi that are linked to nutritional health and that have diagnostic and therapeutic implications for childhood undernutrition.

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Congratulations to our very own, Rochelle Smith!

​Smith named Assistant Provost of Diversity Initiatives​

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Scientists find gene vital to central nervous system development

DBBS Student Sarah Ackerman (DeGenova) and Kelly Monk, PhD, identified a gene that regulates how well the wiring of the central nervous system is insulated. 

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Mutant huntingtin-induced abnormalities in the nucleus and mitochondria.

Dept. of Developmental Biology more

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Imaging immunity in sterile and infectious models of disease

Immunology Program Research Seminar Series more

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CANCELLED: Career Talk: Combining Industry and Teaching

DBBS & Office of Postdoctoral Affairs more

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Guts, germs, and steel: Microbes and metal in the inflamed gut

Molecular Microbiology & Microbial Pathogenesis Seminar Series more

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