Congratulations to Clint Makino!

Congratulations to Clint Makino on his NIH-funded research, ROD OUTER SEGMENT STRUCTURE: DETERMINANTS AND ITS EFFECT ON THE PHOTON RESPONSE We look forward to what we will learn from his research!

Congratulations to Assen Marintchev!

Congratulations to Assen Marintchev on his NIH-funded research, MECHANISMS OF ACTION OF HUMAN TRANSLATION INITIATION FACTORS AND THEIR REGULATION We look forward to what we will learn from his research!

Congratulations to Dr. Christopher Gabel and Dr. Mina Moussavi!

Congratulations to Dr. Christopher Gabel and Dr. Mina Moussavi, recipients of the GMS Exceptional Teaching Awards during COVID-19. Excerpts from Chris Gabel’s Nomination: “He was accessible, understanding… [and] patient…” “[Dr. Gabel] taught FiBS 7…and made the class fun.” Excerpts from Mina Moussavi’s Nomination: “Dr. Moussavi transitioned our course seamlessly to an online format and went […]

Congratulations to Esther Bullitt!

Esther Bullitt is headed to the annual Microscopy & Microanalysis meeting, as President-Elect of the Microscopy Society of America. Congratulations!

Congratulations to Aaron W. Young!

Dr. Aaron Young was honored by the Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine in receiving the Crest Oral-B P&G Professional Oral Health Excellence in Teaching in the Basic Sciences Award as selected by the DMD Class of 2022! Link to more information on this event.

Congratulations to Christopher Gabel!

Dr. Gabel was recently announced as the recipient of a 2019 Jack Spivack Excellence in Neuroscience Award. These awards were established in 2013 to recognize and support the research of outstanding BUSM faculty conducting either clinical or basic research in Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy and other neurological disorders.

Congratulations to Mehraj Awal and Angela Urdaneta!

Congratulations to 2019 Henry I. RUSSEK Students’ Achievement Day Award Winners from the Department of Physiology & Biophysics: 1st place – Mehraj Awal (Gabel lab) 2nd place – Angela Urdaneta (Atkinson lab)

A Tribute to Professor Donald Small

From the Journal of Lipid Research: Donald MacFarland Small, MD, MA (Oxon) Donald M. Small passed away on Friday, Jan. 25, at his Southern California home at the age of 87. Don had a distinguished career over five decades, studying bile salts, lipids and atherosclerosis from a unique physical-chemical perspective, leading to seminal discoveries on […]