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In a study using zebrafish, Dr. John Rawls and colleagues reveal how microbes in the intestine aid the uptake of fats—and suggest how diet may influence our bodies’ microbial communities.
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John Rawls and postdoctoral fellow James Minchin awarded funding to study development of white adipose depots
Rawls lab postdoctoral fellow James Minchin is awarded a Postdoctoral Fellowship from the American Heart Association Mid-Atlantic Affiliate entitled "In vivo cell lineage analysis and morphogenesis of white adipose tissue in zebrafish." John Rawls is awarded a 1-year R56 grant from NIH entitled "Mechanisms of adipose depot morphogenesis in zebrafish."
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Postdoctoral fellow Jordan Cocchiaro receives Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award
The NRSA will provide 2 years of support for Jordan's project in the Rawls lab.
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Rawls lab publication is cover article in the Journal of Lipid Research
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