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Putting Cells under Stress

UCSB professor Beth Pruitt and collaborators create a device to help understand how cells communicate to form tissues and maintain integrity under loading. 

Artist's concept depicting multiple types of messenger RNA and micro-RNA combining along a vast interconnected web to power, and prevent overproduction of, specific brain cell types. Illustration by Brian Long

Artist's concept depicting multiple types of messenger RNA and micro-RNA combining along a vast interconnected web to power, and prevent overproduction of, specific brain cell types. Illustration by Brian Long

The Builder and the Regulator

Researchers develop new knowledge about the complex interactions of messenger RNAs and micro-RNAs in driving and controlling cell production during brain development.

Assistant professors Paolo Luzzatto-Fegiz (left) and Mahnoosh Alizadeh (right) are co-recipients of the Northrop Gumman Excellence in Teaching Award. 

Two Engineering Junior Faculty Receive Excellence in Teaching Award

Paolo Luzzatto-Fegiz and Mahnoosh Alizadeh received the award recognizing teaching techniques and interactions with faculty, students, and staff. 

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