Articles by: Wilma Dagdag-Vega

FIU alumna develops new tools for genome editing and precision medicine

FIU alumna develops new tools for genome editing and precision medicine

Bacterial resistance is becoming an increasing issue in clinical settings. FIU alumna and scientist at Takeda Pharmaceutical Company is working […]

Alumnus in search of melanoma treatment

Alumnus in search of melanoma treatment

FIU alumnus Juliano Tiburcio de Freitas is one step closer to helping people suffering from melanoma. He recently found Endothelin […]

Alumna advances initiatives at National Institute of Health

Alumna advances initiatives at National Institute of Health

Biochemistry alumna Jill Beaver is advancing initiatives at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) as a health science policy analyst. […]

Bugs, robots and brains

Bugs, robots and brains

Walter Gonzalez didn’t have a lot of lasting friendships as a kid so he spent much of his time collecting […]

Physics alumnus lands postdoc fellowship with Nobel Laureate

Physics alumnus lands postdoc fellowship with Nobel Laureate

Physics alumnus Jeevan GC has been named a research fellow at Columbia University in New York. He is working alongside […]

Biomolecular faculty member awarded $500,000 grant

Biomolecular faculty member awarded $500,000 grant

Yi Xiao, a researcher in FIU’s Biomolecular Sciences Institute, received a $500,000 grant from the National Institute of Food and […]

Mathee elected to American Academy of Microbiology

Mathee elected to American Academy of Microbiology

A biomolecular faculty member and professor in the Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine is the first Florida International University faculty […]

Students mentored by biomolecular faculty present at Posters-at-the-Capitol

Students mentored by biomolecular faculty present at Posters-at-the-Capitol

A delegation of FIU students from MARC U*STAR and the Quantifying Biology in the Classroom programs showcased their undergraduate research to […]

Dr. Xiao receives grant from NSF

Dr. Xiao receives grant from NSF

Dr. Yi Xiao has been awarded $354,534 for her research on developing an innovative and generalizable technique, termed NA-SELEX,  to […]

BSI faculty member teams up with Engineering Resources Group

BSI faculty member teams up with Engineering Resources Group

Dr. Marcus Cooke, Environmental Health Sciences professor and Biomolecular Sciences Institute faculty member, together with Mr. Christopher Ross, Engineering Resources Group president, […]