The Biology Research Award in honor of Dr. Pat Marsteller recognizes Biology majors who have excelled in research during their Emory careers. This year’s award went to Greg Kimmerer. As a member of the Rieder Lab, Greg used fluorescence microscopy and molecular cloning to investigate regulation of gene expression in the fruit fly. He specifically sought to determine whether DNA sequences that initiate chromatin structures in the fruit fly embryo are also necessary to maintain those chromatin structures in the adult organism.
- Human physiology students attended the first in-person Artistic Office Hour
- New class “Human Flourishing: Imagine a Just City,” led by Emory biology professor Micaela Martinez and comedian David Perdue uses art to teach social justice
- Greg Kimmerer awarded The Biology Research Award in honor of Dr. Pat Marsteller
- Uma Alappan awarded The Biology Award for Excellence in honor of Darrell R. Stokes
- Cuttino Award winner Rachelle Spell mentors every Emory biology student, new faculty
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