November 2015 News
Erik Lundquist (professor) is the recipient of a Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence (K-INBRE) Bridging Grant for his project entitled “Identifying molecules that interact with the P2 domain of UNC-40/DCC.” This project is aimed at identifying molecules that physically interact with the cytoplasmic domain of the Netrin receptor molecule UNC-40 and that participate with UNC-40 in axon guidance.
The Department of Molecular Biosciences is seeking outstanding applicants for our doctoral programs. MB is a center of life sciences research at KU, and can provide you with interdisciplinary training and education, high-quality mentoring, and a stimulating graduate experience that will help you achieve your career goals in the biomedical sciences. Applications are due December 15th. Informal inquiries can be directed to Dr. Stuart Macdonald, Director of Graduate Studies.