Congratulations to Caitlin Caperton and Garrett Graham!
Dr. Morello Featured in Physiological Society Video
Roy Morello, Ph.D., appears in a video shared by the Physiological Society. In the video, Dr. Morello discusses his research article that investigated the distinct type I collagen alterations that cause intrinsic lung and respiratory defects of variable severity.
UAMS Research Day
CBP Track Graduate Students (Farhana Sumya, Meghan Crimmins, Amrita Khakurel, Aric Anloague, Mohsin Ali, Haley Sabol) and Department Postdoctoral Fellows (Manish Adhikari, Japneet Kaur) participated at the UAMS Research Day event, March 7, 2023, by presenting their research work in poster formats.
Recent Publications (Jan-Feb 2023)
Our faculty conduct cutting-edge research. See our recent publications here.
Three Grants Aiding UAMS-Based Program’s Efforts to Expand Research in Arkansas
A UAMS-based program will use $614,117 from three recent grants to expand biomedical research in Arkansas. The program is led by Lawrence Cornett, Ph.D., a distinguished professor in the UAMS College of Medicine Department of Physiology & Cell Biology.
Farewell To Edith Parker
The department had a farewell party for Edith Parker, Executive Assistant to Dr. Teresita Bellido, Professor and Chair of the COM Physiology and Cell Biology department. Thank you Edith, for 25 years of service here at UAMS. We salute you!
Welcome Sylvia Stewart, M.A., the Education Coordinator for the College of Medicine Department of Physiology and Cell Biology. Ms. Stewart comes from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway as the Program Coordinator in the Art & Design department. She is a previous employee of UAMS.
Two from Our Department Awarded College of Medicine MVP
Congratulations to two of our staffers who have been recognized as UAMS College of Medicine Most Valuable Players.
Dr. Morello Invited to Speak at International Symposium
Roy Morello, Ph.D., is an internationally recognized expert in the research of osteogenesis imperfecta (OI). In addition to his contributions to understanding the genetic heterogeneity of the disease and how the disease affects the skeleton, in recent years he has pioneered the study of the impact of congenital collagen mutations on the lung and respiratory […]
Congratulations to Dr. Rosalia C.M. Simmen, Professor of Physiology and Cell Biology, on receiving the 2022 Dr. Severino and Paz Koh Lectureship Award in Science from the Philippine-American Academy of Science and Engineering. Dr. Simmen was honored for outstanding contributions to science relating to women’s health during the academy’s 42nd annual meeting held virtually from Manila, Philippines, […]