New grant awards in the Biology Department

Erik Herzog, professor of biology, along with Diana Jose-Edwards, program coordinator for WUSTL ENDURE, won a $2,339,860 award from the National Institutes of Health to support "BP-ENDURE: The St. Louis Neuroscience Pipeline." Herzog also received a $27,542 Pilot Project Award from the Hope Center to support internet of things (IoT) monitoring of rodent home-cages to understand circadian disruption and working memory.

Douglas Chalker, professor of biology, won a $731,769 award from the National Science Foundation for collaborative research on intracellular patterning in the ciliate cell cortex.