Daniel Hassett, PhD, has devoted much of his career to investigating pulmonary disease through his research as a professor in UCís department of molecular genetics, biochemistry and microbiology. So how did he find himself at the forefront of efforts to develop alternative fuel sources?
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Curriculum Taskforce on Track to Apply Changes in 2011 This time last year, the 11 member Curriculum Analysis and Revision Taskforce (CART), led by Anne Gunderson, EdD, associate dean for medical education, and Steve Baxter, MD, associate professor of emergency medicine, undertook a lofty goal: To have a basic schematic for the revised 2011-12 College of Medicine curriculum in place by October 2010.
NCI Partnership Targets RNA Research at UC In the decades to come, itís assumed that weíll uncover the secrets of our health and illness by studying the makeup of our DNA. But for some researchers at UC, the future of treating certain diseases lies in DNAís less famous cousin, the other macromolecular essential for lifeóRNA.
Focus on Science: Christy Holland, PhD A professor in the division of cardiovascular diseases, Christy Holland, PhD, completed her undergraduate degree at Wellesley College in 1983 and then went on to obtain several master's degrees and her doctorate degree in engineering and applied science at Yale University.
UC Health Surgeons Reconstruct Jaw In 2008, James Joseph (JJ) Lail took a leap of faith aimed at improving the lives of others. He left the security of his suburban teaching job in Loveland, Ohio, and moved with his wife, Amanda, and two young children to the city of Monterrey in northeastern Mexico.