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COS Research Newsletter

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Recent News

10/16/17 Dr. Matthew Wanat's study describes how dopamine tells you it isn’t worth the wait

09/20/17 Formation of a world-class research cluster: The UTSA Brain Health Initiative

09/19/17 Dr. Brian Hermann featured on Texas Public Radio

09/13/17 Meet a Roadrunner: Soe Than is developing his passion for computer science at UTSA

08/21/17 Physics doctoral student Bryan Tobias used a drone to capture video footage during the total solar eclipse
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08/16/17 Dr. Brian Hermann has received a $1.5 million grant from the National Institutes of Health

08/11/17 Dr. Hyoung-gon Lee is pursuing a new frontier in Alzheimer’s disease research
UTSA TodayKLRN video

08/09/17 Meet a Roadrunner: Biology senior Bianca Obinyan leads by example as a UTSA Ambassador

08/04/17 Physics doctoral students Christine Ray and Rhyan Sawyer received Texas Space Grant Consortium Graduate Fellowship awards

07/27/17 Physics doctoral student Thierry Wambo accorded honorable mention in the 2017 Ford Foundation Fellowship Programs competition

07/24/17 Dr. George Perry creates online Alzheimer’s disease course at UTSA

07/12/17 Meet a Roadrunner: Julian Chavez is helping to protect the monarch butterfly

07/06/17 Chemistry doctoral student Robynne Neff is a 2017 Alfred R. Bader Award for Student Innovation finalist - one of only five graduate students selected across the entire globe

06/08/17 Dr. Abdullah Muzahid received a $450,000 NSF Faculty Early Career Development award

05/22/17 Dr. Alfonso Apicella received a $1.29 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

05/22/17 Researchers led by Dr. Gregory Guisbiers obtained results by predicting phase transitions in nanocube catalysts

05/08/17 Dr. Kirk Schanze received a $448,211 NSF grant to support sunlight-harvesting research

COS Stars

Nine COS Faculty and Staff members were recognized
on December 9, 2016 for their commitment to excellence.

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