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Cécile Fromont Publishes Edited Volume on Afro-Catholics Festivals
One of the founding members of the Slavery and Visual Culture Working Group, Cécile Fromont, has just published Afro-Catholic Festivals in the Americas Performance, Representation, and the Making of Black Atlantic Tradition (Penn State University Pre (More)
NSF Doctoral Dissertation Research Improvement Grants Workshop
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Welcome to Haw-chih!
We welcome Haw-chih Tai, a postdoctoral fellow from Taiwan, to the laboratory. He will be working on the relationship of vascular wall aging and the Rho/ROCK pathway. (More)
Congratulations to Anna for completing her PhD!
We want to congratulate Anna Chen for successfully completing her dissertation defense to earn her PhD, working on the role of the Rho/ROCK pathway in mitochondria fusion and function. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of Calif (More)
Welcome Xiao Ou!
We welcome Xiao Ou, a visiting scholar from Renming Hospital of Wuhan University, to our laboratory. She will join as a Visiting Scholar and work on projects relating browning of brown adipose tissue and the Rho/ROCK pathway. (More)
Welcome Haw-Chih!
We welcome Haw-Chih Tai to our laboratory. He is a postdoctoral scholar from Taiwan working on vessel wall aging and its relationship with the Rho/ROCK pathway. (More)
Social Sciences Research Center Chalk Talk Happy Hour
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Video: Co-Founding Member Agnes Lugo-Ortiz Speaks about Visualizing the Enslaved Face
On March 2019, co-founding member Agnes Lugo Ortiz gave a lecture at the University of Puerto Rico on "Visualizing the Enslaved Face in the Transatlantic World." The lecture was part of the series Conferencias Caribeñas, organized by the Institute of (More)
Identifying and Securing Fellowships Lunch Workshop
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