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Kathryn G. Miller, PhD, professor and chair of biology in Arts and Sciences, looks at how cells specialize to perform specific functions in a multicellular organism. Of particular interest is how the cells' structural proteins contribute to three features and activities: assuming different shapes, connecting with various components, and having functional properties critical to their roles.
Thomas Jefferson books identified at WUSTL
Monticello scholars have discovered that a collection of books, long held in the libraries at Washington University in St. Louis, originally were part of Thomas Jefferson's personal library.
Daren Chen, PhD, professor of energy, environmental and chemical engineering, applies his research in nanoparticles to improve everything from cancer treatment to smoke detectors.
Connie Diekman, RD, director of University Nutrition, says writing down what you eat is a good first step to following the government's new 2010 Dietary Guidlines for America.
Shanti Parikh, PhD, is associate professor of anthropology and of African and African-American studies, both in Arts & Sciences. Her research focuses on structures of inequality surrounding issues of sexuality, particularly gender, sexual and reproductive health, regulation, and courtship, romance and marriage.
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