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Portrait of Aric Rogers

Dr. Aric Rogers receives R01 and publishes three papers

Dr. Aric Rogers, Assistant Professor at the MDI Biological Laboratory and affiliated faculty at the GSBSE, recently received a $1,867,500 R01 grant from NIA/NIGMS. Additionally, he published three papers in 2019: Lan J, Rollins JA, Zang X, Wu D, Zou L, Wang Z, Ye C, Wu Z, Kapahi P*, Rogers AN*, Chen D* (2019). Translational Regulation […]

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Headshot of Dr. Ryan Logan

Dr. Ryan Logan ’04, ’09G awarded first career R01

Dr. Ryan Logan ’04, ’09G was recently awarded his first career R01 grant as part of the faculty at the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Psychiatry in affiliation with the UPMC. His project is titled “Sleep and Circadian-Dependent Mechanisms Contributing to Opiate Use Disorder and Response to Medication Assisted Treatment”. Dr. Logan graduated from the […]

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GSBSE T32 Announcement

GSBSE NIH T32 Institutional Research Training Grant 2019-2020 Awardees

The Graduate School of Biomedical Science and Engineering (GSBSE) T32 Steering Committee has chosen six current GSBSE PhD students as the first cohort of the UMaine GSBSE NIH T32 Institutional Research Training Grant. The awardees are: Nicklaus Carter, mentor Dr. David Neivandt of the University of Maine Sarah Holbrook, mentor Dr. Greg Cox of the […]

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Six faculty awarded inaugural Biomedical Science Accelerator Fund grants

The College of Natural Sciences, Forestry, and Agriculture has awarded its inaugural Biomedical Science Accelerator Fund grants. Early-career faculty are currently the largest segment of faculty in the college. Recognizing the enthusiasm and vibrancy these individuals bring to campus, the college established the Biomedical Sciences Accelerator Fund to support faculty research projects that, in turn, […]

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Dr. Michaela Reagan awarded American Cancer Society Research Scholar Grant

Dr. Michaela Reagan, GSBSE Faculty at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute, was awarded an American Cancer Society Research Scholar Grant for her project “Marrow Niche Modulation of Myeloma Progression”. More information on the grant is available here: https://www.cancer.org/research/we-fund-cancer-research/apply-research-grant/grant-types/research-scholar-grants.html For more information, please contact the GSBSE at gsbse@maine.edu.

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