Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham University students can earn two master’s degrees at once—including an MS in Cellular & Molecular Medicine from UArizona—entirely in India.
College of Medicine iCourses provide flexible, stackable learning opportunities for pre-professional students.
Dr. Donata Vercelli — Awared $10M P01 grant from the NIH NIAID to study the impact of microbial exposures on the immune responses and childhood asthma across the US/Mexico border.
Message from the Chair
The mission of the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine (CMM) is to provide pre- and post-doctoral, medical and graduate education in an interdisciplinary environment through research activities, to advance knowledge of biological structure as related to function and disease from the molecular level to the whole organism.
Mutations as a Driver of Metastasis Signaling in Advanced Cancer Patients.Author(s): R. Pandey; N. Johnson; L. Cooke; B. Johnson; Y. Chen; M. Pandey; J. Chandler; D. MahadevanDate Published: 2021 Feb 03PMID: 33546249
Targeting PIM Kinases to Overcome Therapeutic Resistance in Cancer.Author(s): R.K. Toth; N.A. WarfelDate Published: 2021 01PMID: 33303645
SARS-COV2 and common immunodominant regions may explain low COVID-19 incidence in the malaria-endemic belt.Author(s): M.Am Iesa; M.Em Osman; M.A. Hassan; A.Ia Dirar; N. Abuzeid; J.J. Mancuso; R. Pandey; A.A. Mohammed; M.J. Borad; H.M. Babiker; E.He KonozyDate Published: 2020 Nov 19
Systems Genetics in Human Endothelial Cells Identifies Non-coding Variants Modifying Enhancers, Expression, and Complex Disease Traits.Author(s): L.K. Stolze; A.C. Conklin; M.B. Whalen; M.López Rodríguez; K. Õunap; I. Selvarajan; A. Toropainen; T. Örd; J. Li; A. Eshghi; A.E. Solomon; Y. Fang; M.U. Kaikkonen; C.E. RomanoskiDate Published: 2020 May 16PMID: 32442411
Study of the Expression Transition of Cardiac Myosin Using Polarization-Dependent SHG Microscopy.Author(s): C. Yuan; X. Zhao; Z. Wang; T.K. Borg; T. Ye; Z.I. Khalpey; R.B. Runyan; Y. Shao; B.Z. GaoDate Published: 2020 Mar 10
AnnouncementsCusanovich Lab develops new single-cell epigenomic assay and surveys gene regulation across human tissues in Science (November 12, 2020)
Work from Research Assistant Professor Darren Cusanovich, PhD's Laboratory in collaboration with his former colleagues at the University of Washington developed a new single-cell chromatin assay that can generate data on 100s of thousands or millions of cells at a time.Dr. Darren Cusanovich receives $1.8M Maximizing Investigators’ Research Award for Early Stage Investigators (ESI MIRA) R35 from NIGMS (August 21, 2020)
Research Assistant Professor Darren Cusanovich, PhD, recently received an ESI MIRA R35 grant, a 5-year award for early career investigators from the NIGMS, for his proposal entitled "Beyond Pseudotime: Enhanced Single-cell Genomics Tools for Understanding the Temporal Dynamics of Development and Disease."Romanoski Lab links DNA polymorphisms to individual disease risk in AJHG (June 4, 2020)
Research from Dr. Casey Romanoski's Laboratory - led by Genetics PhD student Lindsey Stolze - linked polymorphisms in people's DNA sequence with molecular characteristics of how cells convert genetic code into the building blocks for proteins.Granzier Lab describes new model of nemaline myopathy in Nature Communications (June 3, 2020)
Johan Lindqvist, PhD and the laboratory of Henk Granzier, PhD recently published a paper in Nature Communications describing a novel mouse model of nemaline myopathy, a heterogenous disease with unclear pathological mechanisms.Dr. Helen Amerongen receives 2020 Faculty Mentoring Award (May 21, 2020)
Helen Amerongen, PhD was recently awarded a 2020 College of Medicine Mentoring AwardDr. Darren Cusanovich selected for a University of Arizona Health Sciences Career Development Award (April 30, 2020)
The University of Arizona Health Sciences Career Development Awards (CDA) program recently selected research assistant professor Darren Cusanovich, PhD as one of four recipients in its latest round of awards
Thursday 12:00pm to 1:00pmZoom: https://arizona.zoom.us/j/88084716139 Passcode: 618899
Monday 3:00pm to 4:00pm
Tissue Digital Spatial Profiling: A New Frontier of Proteomics and Transcriptomicshttps://arizona.zoom.us/j/82926100003 Password: 842853
Thursday 12:00pm to 1:00pmZoom: https://arizona.zoom.us/j/99963202588 Passcode: 961115