Dr. Roth interviewed about research on Salvia and possible health benefits for Alzheimer's disease and other mental disorders, and the difficulties that may ensue for researchers should Salvia be classified a Schedule I drug.
Dr. Samulski wins $5 million grant to establish a national center for canine models of muscular dystrophy.
Dr. Samulski wins award for scientific achievements in the field of Gene Therapy.
Dr. DeSimone wins Lemelson-MIT Prize for innovations in polymer chemistry that "improved life for all of us."
Dr. Wang wins Beckman Young Investigators award to support research in gene splicing
Dr. Wang wins fellowship in Molecular Biology to pursue research interests
Kathy Justice and Gary Waldo Share Staff Excellence Award 2007
In Recognition of Outstanding Contributions to Their Department
Dr. Roth named Michael Hooker Distinguished Professor of Protein Therapeutics and Proteomics in recognition of excellence in research at UNC.
Award received in recognition of contributions to field of RNA biology, including Wang's work on RNA splicing.
Ten Students Receive Doctorates in Summer
Certificate from Zakho Military Academy in Iraq in Recognition of Department Support