Dr. Kojo Mensa-Wilmot

The National Institutes of Health has awarded $2.6 million to University of Georgia researcher, Dr. Kojo Mensa-Wilmot, and his team to advance new drugs to treat African Trypanosomiasis, also known as HAT or African sleeping sickness.

Ashley Rasys, form the James Lauderdale Lab, has been selected to receive the 2017-2018 ARCS Foundation Award.

Dr. Roberto Docampo has been elected as corresponding member of the Latin American Academy of Sciences (ACAL).

Roberto Docampo, Distinguished Research Professor of Cellular Biology and Barbara & Sanford Orkin/Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar, has been named the University of Georgia's recipient of the 2017 Southeastern Conference Faculty Achie

Researchers working as part of the University of Georgia's Regenerative Bioscience Center have developed a new way use stem cells that may one day enable restoration of vision to people with damaged corneas by using their own eye tissue.

Dr. Rick Tarleton, Distinguished Research Professor and University of Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor in Biological Sciences, has been named Regents' Professor.

Aaron Harris, from Dr. Karl Lechtreck’s Lab, has received the 2017 Graduate School Excellence in Teaching Award, acknowledging excellence and dedication in student teaching.

A group of researchers, led by Dr. Kojo Mensa-Wilmot, are working to find the fastest way possible to treat and cure human African trypanosomiasis, long referred to as sleeping sickness.

Dr. Edward Kipreos was featured in an episode of Super Human Radio, a broadcast radio show dedicated to fitness, health, and anti-aging.

Dr. DeLoris Hesse has received a Textbook Transformation Award from Affordable Learning Georgia for her efforts in adopting and creating open educational resources for students.

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