• Enzyme's Movement May Be Key to New Cancer Drugs

    Story by Mari N. Jensen, UA College of Science | Image Credit: Senthil Ganesan, UA Chemistry & Biochemistry | May 15, 2018

    Interfering with the motion of a kinase enzyme might be a new approach for the development of anti-cancer drugs, new UA-led research suggests.
  • Thomas Gianetti Now Settled in the Marvel Building

    Assistant Professor Thomas Gianetti (back row, center) started his appointment in the CBC department on September 1, 2017. His research group recently moved to their permanent lab space on the 6th floor of the Marvel building. The lab is now operational and is equipped with three glove boxes,... Read More

  • Jose Luis Rios-Monterrosa to Receive Robie Gold Medal Award

    Jose Rios-Monterrosa will graduate Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science degree, with majors in Biochemistry and Molecular/Cellular Biology. Born in Los Angeles, California, Jose moved to Phoenix, Arizona at the age of 6. During his four years at the University of Arizona,... Read More

Enzyme's Movement May Be Key to New Cancer Drugs

Thomas Gianetti Now Settled in the Marvel Building

Jose Luis Rios-Monterrosa to Receive Robie Gold Medal Award

Enzyme's Movement May Be Key to New Cancer Drugs

Thomas Gianetti Now Settled in the Marvel Building

Jose Luis Rios-Monterrosa to Receive Robie Gold Medal Award

Spotlights

How do results and inventions stemming from research make their way from the lab to the world? Come and find out on Wednesday, May 23 at 12 noon in ENR2 Room S210.

During research, Professor Loy and his graduate student at the time, Stephanie Tolbert, developed a broad-spectrum sunscreen using novel nontoxic, bio-based materials.

Abreeza Zegeer, Biochemistry's greenhouse manager for many years, has retired after 30 years at the University of Arizona. It was great to see all the old friends who turned out for the party. We wish Abreeza well in her retirement.

Pictured: Jane Dugas, Wendy Chmara, Abreeza Zegeer, Hans Bohnert, Christine Michalowski, and Don Bourque

CBC is pleased to announce that Dr. Oliver Monti has been promoted to the rank of Professor. Congratulations, Oliver!