Kelly Nguyen

Two Early Career Awards To Thi (Kelly) Nguyen

Thi (Kelly) Nguyen (Miller Fellow 2016 - 2019) was honored with The Genes Early Career Research Award for significant contributions to the understanding of the molecular mechanism of pre-messenger RNA splicing.

In July Kelly was presented with the 2016 RNA Society Scaringe Young Scientist Award for a significant contribution to the RNA field with her previous work in Cambridge, UK.

Marvin Cohen

Marvin Cohen to receive 2017 Franklin Medal

Marvin Cohen (Miller Professor 1969 - 1970, 1976 - 1977, 1988) was honored "for making possible atomic-scale calculations of the properties of materials so detailed that new materials and their mechanical, thermal, electrical and optical properties can be predicted in agreement with experiments."

Marla Feller

Three Miller Members Share $1.7 Million from the Federal Government’s BRAIN Initiative

Marla Feller (Miller Fellow 1994 - 1996) to receive $100,000 from the National Institute of Mental Health to develop a high-speed volumetric multiphoton microscope for the study of developing neural circuits in the retina.

Mikhail Shapiro

Mikhail Shapiro (Miller Fellow 2011 - 2013) - to study molecular functional ultrasound for non-invasive imaging and image-guided recording and modulation of neural activity.

Ehud Isacoff

Ehud Isacoff (Miller Professor 2013) - to develop novel tools for cell-specific imaging of functional connectivity and circuit operations.

Bin Yu

Women in Machine Learning

Bin Yu (Miller Professor 2004, 2016 - 2017) was featured on the Women in Machine Learning website.

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Steven Wofsy (Visiting Miller Professor 2016) presents Physical Chemistry Seminar titled "Arctic Carbon, Atmospheric Composition, and Climate: Why osmotic pressure, heat and mass transfer are important" on Tuesday, November 1, 2016, 4:00 pm, in Pitzer Auditorium, 120 Latimer Hall. Light refreshments at The Coffee Lab at 3:50pm.

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