• Brooke Massani Named Director of CBC Research Support Services

    CBC is pleased to announce that Dr. Brooke Massani has accepted the position of Director of CBC Research Support Services. This position was previously held by Dr. Ken Nebesny, who retired as of June 30. We wish Brooke well in her new position!

  • Michael Marty Creates Program to Support Vets in STEM

     

    Assistant professor of chemistry Michael Marty is developing the Arizona Science, Engineering and Math Scholars – Veterans program to support veteran students who are pursuing STEM degrees and bring their skills to research labs at the UA.

    Story by Emily Litvack, Office of... Read More

  • Professor Emeritus W. Ronald Salzman

    (Undated photo of W. Ronald Salzman)

    It is with great sadness that we announce that Professor Emeritus W. Ronald Salzman passed way peacefully in his sleep on Saturday, June 15, 2019. 

    Dr. Salzman earned his B.S. degree in... Read More

Brooke Massani Named Director of CBC Research Support Services

Michael Marty Creates Program to Support Vets in STEM

Professor Emeritus W. Ronald Salzman

Brooke Massani Named Director of CBC Research Support Services

Michael Marty Creates Program to Support Vets in STEM

Professor Emeritus W. Ronald Salzman

Spotlights

Congratulations to Dr. Wolfgang Peti, who received a NIH R01 grant award entitled "Protein Phosphatase 1 Holoenzyme Formation and Subunit Exchange."

Christine Gronowski is recognized as one of the Advising Resource Center’s most professionally active and engaging advisers on campus. This recognition is in partnership with the University Professional Advising Council. In addition to helping students plot their futures, Christine is also recognized for her efforts in continuing to grow professionally by participating in professional development activities and advising learning communities.

CBC student Matheo Herrera (left), is in Ecuador this summer shadowing pediatric surgeon and infant urologist Dr. Freud Càceres Autacoma. Matheo found this opportunity by taking the initiative to visit the hospital in Ecuador. We look forward to learning more about Matheo's summer experience when he returns to campus this fall.