College of Natural Sciences

The College of Natural Sciences’ central mission is to train and educate successful scientists, scholars, and responsible citizens. In the college, dedicated professors and strong research programs enable students to become vital participants in the scientific process while preparing to contribute actively and skillfully in a world where knowledge of science and technology has become the standard.

Kinetochore Function in Vertebrate Cells Supplement for Eric Tauchman

This is a supplement to provide training opportunities for a graduate student with a documented disability.

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The Determinants of Aggregation and Toxicity of Prion-like Domains

The education part of this project is part of the broader impacts component. For this particular project, the PI proposes to develop a course in which undergraduate students are directly involved in research projects related to prion protein function in yeast (the topic of the proposal).

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Effect Of Polarization And Charge On Biological Halogen Bonds

The education part of this project is part of the broader impacts component. For this particular project, the PI proposes to introduce research specific topics as projects into teaching concepts of physical biochemistry into the undergraduate curriculum.

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Transcriptional Regulation During Oxidative Stress

The education part of this project is part of the broader impacts component. For this particular project, the PI proposes to bring the wonders of genetics to middles school students through a program called “Biochemistry is FUNdamental.”

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Research Experience for Undergraduates

This project provides opportunities for undergraduate students, including those from historically underrepresented groups, to participate in real life research experiences in molecular biosciences laboratories at CSU.

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