Congratulations to the Department of Cell Biology & Physiology, ranked 3rd in the country in NIH funding!
The department was formed in July 2012 through the merger of the Department of Cell & Developmental Biology and the Department of Cell & Molecular Physiology. The new department brings together two strong traditions of excellence in basic science and translational research, and in pre- and post-doctoral training, including undergraduate, graduate and medical education.
The department currently houses two PhD programs: the Program in Cell & Molecular Physiology and the Program in Cell & Developmental Biology. In addition, a number of members of the department also train PhD students through the Neurobiology Curriculum and the Genetics and Molecular Biology Curriculum.
- Upcoming Events
- Seminar - Anil K. Bidani, MD "Pathophysiology of renal autoregulation and hypertensive injury" Mar 17, 2014 12:00 PM - 01:00 PM — G202 MBRB
Burridge lab publishes papers in Nature Cell Biology and Journal of Immunology
Mar 13, 2014
Kay Lund awarded Horace W. Davenport Distinguished Lectureship
P. Kay Lund, PhD, is named the 2015 Davenport Awardee. The Horace W. Davenport Distinguished Lectureship is the most prestigious recognition offered by the Gastrointestinal & Liver Section of the American Physiological Society. Feb 10, 2014
Ben Philpot receives new R01 funding
Feb 03, 2014
Stephanie Gupton receives R01 funding
Assistant Professor Stephanie Gupton, PhD, receives R01 funding from the National Institutes of Health - National Institute of General Medical Sciences for her project "TRIM9 coordinates membrane trafficking and cytoskeletal dynamics." Jan 21, 2014
The Department of Cell Biology & Physiology is a hub for translational research!
Five faculty members awarded Translational Team Science funding from the School of Medicine. Jan 17, 2014