Esther Omaiye, a postdoctoral researcher in the Department of Molecular, Cell and Systems Biology at UC Riverside, has been awarded a three-year, postdoctoral grant exceeding $305,000 from the University of California’s Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program, or TRDRP, to investigate how ratios of solvents and chemical mixtures in e-cigarettes influence their toxicity.
More than 300 local elementary, middle, and high school students visited UC Riverside for Brain Awareness Day on Friday, April 28, touring campus labs and joining hands-on experiments to learn neuroscience.
Chronic wounds develop due to the defective regulation of one or more of the complex cellular and molecular processes involved in proper healing. Here Manuela Martins-Green explores novel potential treatments for wound chronicity
The Career Mentoring of Underrepresented STEM Students for the Professoriate (CUSP) program at the UC Riverside College of Natural & Agricultural Sciences (CNAS) received a $350,000 renewal grant for the next five years.
Elena Kozlova, a graduate student in the Neuroscience Graduate Program, has received a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award Individual Predoctoral Fellowship that will help her obtain mentored research training while conducting dissertation research.