Congrats to Dan Factor on his thesis work now published in Cell, "Cell Type-Specific Intralocus Interactions Reveal Oligodendrocyte Mechanisms in MS."

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Congrats to Matt Elitt who matched at Washington University in St. Louis in their Ophthalmology Residency Program!

Congratulations to Paul for being named one of Cleveland's 40 under 40, awarded for his work at CWRU and for his commitment to advance the Cleveland business community.

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Congratulations to Paul Tesar who is named one of Cleveland's "HomeGrown Heroes" in the Academic Research category. HomeGrown Heroes celebrates the heroes of our community who are working tirelessly on their start-ups, businesses, innovations and social organizations to fuel the economic development of our region.

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Congrats to Paul for his promotion to Professor in the Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences!

Artur Gevorgyan, Baraa Nawash, and Marissa Scavuzzo encourage high school students in the Akron Upward Bound program to follow their curiosity and passion towards science careers.

The NYSCF – Druckenmiller Fellowship Program supports the most talented postdoctoral scientists at critical junctures in their careers who are in the pursuit of innovative and groundbreaking stem cell research. Congrats to Marissa for being awarded the NYSCF Fellowships for her project, “Understanding the cells that make up the brain inside your gut.”

The Michelson-Morley competition is the university’s annual research competition for all CWRU undergraduates who have conducted research in the biological sciences. Lucille was selected as a finalist and won first place!

Congrats to Marissa Scavuzzo who was selected to present a short talk at the Copenhagen Bioscience Conference - Intestinal Organoids on her project “The function and regenerative capacity of enteric glia in health and disease.”

Provost Summer Undergraduate Research Grant (PSURG) is a full-time summer program that supports undergraduate CWRU students. Congrats to Baraa for being selected to continue her research this summer in the Tesar Lab! Baraa was also selected for the Department of Biology's Award for Outstanding Scholarship in the field of Genetics!