Dr. Kanwal Alvarez in the news regarding Hepatitis C research with the homeless
Haesun Chang (2013)
Michael Lemke studies biodiversity in Brazil
Hua Chen studies climate change in ecosystems
Assistant Professor Rebecca Landsberg
Professor Lucia Vazquez
UIS Recognizes Biology Faculty Achievements
In October 2005, Biology faculty members Amy McEuen and Gary Trammell were recognized by the university for their scholarly contributions in the publication of articles in their field of study.
Dr. Trammell was also recognized for a professional presentation of his work.
October 6, 2005: UIS Faculty Recognition Luncheon Recognizes Biology Faculty
At this Luncheon, various faculty were recognized for their scholarly contributions in various categories. Honored for their contributions in writing articles were Lucia Vazquez, Amy McEuen, and Gary Trammell. Dr. Trammell also received recognition in the category of invited lectures and presentations, in addition to Michael Lemke and Gary Butler.
March 31, 2005: UIS Graduate Receives Distinguished Thesis Award
Tracy DiMezzo, who graduated from UIS in the spring of 2004 with a Master of Science in Biology degree, has received a 2005 MAGS Distinguished Master’s Thesis Award from the Midwestern Association of Graduate Schools. Her thesis, Uptake Analysis of Fluorescently-Labeled Hydrophobic Organic Phosphate Substrates by Aquatic Hydrophobic Bacteria, had previously been awarded the UIS Outstanding Master’s Thesis for 2003-04. DiMezzo’s thesis was one of three winners chosen from among 56 nominations. (UIS News Bureau)
2004: Three UIS students present research at the American Society for Microbiology 104th General Conference in New Orleans
Mandy Cook, Doyn M. Kellerhals, and Tracy DiMezzo, UIS graduate students, traveled to the 2004 ASM General Conference in New Orleans with help from the Biology Gift Fund. All three presented poster sessions on their respective thesis topics and found the opportunity to meet with other scientists and potential job contacts.
Lemke named University Scholar for 2002-2003
Michael Lemke, assistant professor of Biology, was named University Scholar for 2002-2003. He was one of 14 faculty members, and the only one from UIS, chosen for this award honoring and rewarding outstanding teachers and scholars on the three U of I campuses. His professional activities connect him to Nobel Prize winners and other distinguished scientists and he has attracted national and international attention through his work on the editorial board of Microbial Ecology, a major journal in the discipline, and as a reviewer for Applied and Environmental Microbiology.
Nathan Grider, Biology MS student receives $1500 scholarship from the Illinois Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation.
Nathan Grider Scholarship
Photo courtesy of Nathan Grider
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