Chemistry News

Mon Aug 4, 2014

Michael K. Johnson, Distinguished Research Professor and Co-Director of the Center for Metalloenzymes Studies, has received a National Institutes of Health MERIT award ($3.3M over 10-years). The objective of NIH MERIT Awards is to provide long-term, stable support to investigators with “outstanding records of productivity, creativity and impact in biomedical research and outstanding records of service to the scientific community”. Dr.

Mon Jul 21, 2014

Three graduate students in the Department of Chemistry recently earned distinction from the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Georgia as recipients of distinguished fellowships. Brian Sanders is the 2014 recipient of the prestigious Mary Laraine Young Hines Graduate Fellowship in Cancer Research. Sean Marrache and Anthony Prudden are the 2014 recipients of prestigious Grimes Family Distinguished Graduate Fellowships in Natural Sciences. These fellowships support excellence, innovation, dedication and creativity in graduate research related to cancer.