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May 03, 2021:

Soumita Das and Pradipta Ghosh co-author an article with partners at Corning on how:  "Gut in a Dish” Facilitates Drug Development.

Mar 18, 2021:

Soumita Das interviewed by Technology Networks:  "Exploring Human Biology and Disease With Organoid Models".

Mar 30, 2021:

Pradipta Ghosh was featured in Full STEM Ahead. The link provides a recording of “Full STEM Ahead: The Journeys of UC San Diego Women in Science,” our second Evenings of Nonconventional Wisdom event, highlighting the extraordinary achievements and experiences of our leading-edge students, alumnae, faculty and researchers at UC San Diego.

Mar 14, 2021: 

ConCISE's Padmini Rangamani elected to AIMBE college of fellows.  

Feb 10, 2021: 

HUMANOID's Das and Ghosh enable modeling skin transdifferentiation. In a paper published online in the February 4, 2021 issue of Nature Communications, in which senior author George L. Sen, PhD,  an associate professor in the departments of Cellular and Molecular Medicine and Dermatology, and colleagues describe what happens to skin cells when a key protein is blocked during stem cell differentiation.

Would-be skin cells become intestine-like. Read more here....

Feb 05, 2021: 

PreCSN's Debashis Sahoo pursues XPRIZE to better balance COVID solutions

Jan 21, 2021: 

Leadership/Community Service: ConCISE's Padmini Rangamani co-authors an article in PLOS Computational biology outlining "Ten simple rules for women principal investigators during a pandemic". Also check out her c-authored article in the journal Cell on the need to fund black scientists.   

Jan 07, 2021: 

HUMANOID's Das and Ghosh in the news! Study: E-Cigarettes Trigger Inflammation in the Gut

Oct 14, 2020: 

iNetMed's Pradipta Ghosh and team features in news for discovering a protein that keeps our immune system from freaking out! The leading biotechnology journal, GEN features the news

Oct 6, 2020: 

ConCISE's Padmini Rangamani among a team of scientists who receive fundings from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation (through the Moore-Simons Project on the Origin of the Eukaryotic Cell supported by the Moore Foundation and the Simons Foundation) for their ambitious projects that seek to understand the 'rules' of cellular architecture for eukaryotic cells.  Click here to read more.  

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