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Ph.D. Candidate Kesia Garibay Publishes First-authored Article
Fifth-year Ph.D. candidate Kesia Garibay has a new first-authored article.
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July 22, 2022
UC Merced is highlighting incoming first-year students for fall 2022 — a dynamic, diverse and accomplished cohort of new Bobcats. Jordynn Lewis is excited to start her journey as a UC Merced Bobcat when the fall semester begins in August. The first-year student recently graduated from Holy Names...
July 8, 2022
Join us in congratulating Jamie Yan, a UC Merced junior majoring in Public Health, who was recently selected for the Nutrition and Physical Activity Traineeship offered by the Association of State Public Health Nutritionists in conjunction with CDC's Division of Nutrition, Physical Activity and...
June 6, 2022
Bioengineering Professor Victor Muñoz and his lab have created a new way to solve some of the mysteries among an increasingly important class of proteins that don’t appear to have any specific structures but serve very important functions, including the complex genetic processes that separate...
June 6, 2022
An international team of researchers, including Professor Clarissa Nobile from UC Merced, has discovered which component in mucus prevents a fungus most humans carry from turning destructive. This research lays the foundation for a new class of antifungal medicines. Candida albicans (C. albicans...
May 31, 2022
Bioengineering Professor Changqing Li is building a high-resolution CT imaging scanner that will allow scientists to study and understand how oxygen plays a role in cancer therapy and stem cells growing in deep tissue such as bone marrow, and possibly develop new advances to culture stem cells...
May 23, 2022
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, the majority of parents struggling to find baby formula have resorted to dangerous feeding practices for their infants, which could negatively impact the health of their young children, according to a new study conducted by the UC Merced Lactation Attachment...
May 19, 2022
Professor Maria-Elena Zoghbi and her lab are taking a closer look at a human transporter protein that acts as a cellular protector by relocating a molecule that has important antioxidant properties in the cells, preventing oxidative damage in several tissues, including the heart. The National...
May 19, 2022
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) have invited bioengineering Professor Eva De Alba Bastarrechea to serve as a member of the Macromolecular Structure and Function C Study Section within the Macromolecular Biophysics and Biological Chemistry Review Branch. The four-year appointment...
May 9, 2022
Undergraduate students were invited to nominate faculty and staff who: • Create a healthy learning environment • Support student well-being both inside and outside of school • Are sensitive to students' lives outside of academics • Check-on students and follow-up...
May 6, 2022
Sandy Rubio is the recipient of the Spring 2022 Outstanding Graduating Student Award. Sandy is graduating with a BA in Public Health and is planning to pursue a PhD in Public Health with a focus on population genetics and its intersection with the environment.  In addition to excellent...

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