Brown undergraduates have made key contributions to two recent studies of bats in flight.
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Scott P. Bruder, MD, PhD ’84 receives AIMBE’s highest honor
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Kim Boekelheide, PhD
Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
A $10.8 million grant renewal from National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences will fund further studies of contaminated sites around Rhode Island.
Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
Daniel M. Weinreich received $750,000 for “Collaborative Research: Risk and Reward of High Mutation Rate: Why Large Populations Favor Mutators While Small Populations Inhibit Them” from the National Science Foundation.
Mark Johnson, PhD
Department of Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, and Biochemistry
Mark Johnson, associate professor of biology, has joined a 3-year, $2.9-million study that will investigate fertility evolution in flowering plants.