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Brain Science and Social Hours: Moses Foiryolo (KEYS ‘21)
Science intimidated first-generation college student Moses Foiryolo a few years ago. Participating in the BIO5 Institute’s KEYS Research Internship program in 2021 changed his trajectory, giving him the confidence and support to pursue science.
Building Bridges, Building Communities: Dr. Melanie Hingle
The University of Arizona Office of Research, Innovation & Impact has named Dr. Melanie Hingle, professor in the School of Nutritional Sciences and Wellness (NSW), to its 2023 class of Women of Impact - a cohort of 30 female-identifying faculty and staff
Women of Impact: Gayatri Vedantam’s quest to stop an elusive, deadly adversary
Dr. Gayatri Vedantam’s story is worthy of a Netflix detective series, or a lost Sherlock Holmes adventure: A tenacious, brainy detective and a shapeshifting, deadly adversary locked in a chase across two decades and multiple continents.
Dr. Rachna Shroff Selected to Lead Hematology And Oncology Division
After an extensive national search, Rachna T. Shroff, MD, MS, FASCO, has been chosen as the new chief of the Division of Hematology and Oncology in the Department of Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine – Tucson. She has served as the
Sorooshian Wins American Geophysical Union Medal
Armin Sorooshian, professor of chemical and environmental engineering and University Distinguished Scholar, has been awarded the American Geophysical Union's Joanne Simpson Medal for his research on airborne aerosol particles and their effects on climate.