James M. Clark received a $279,868 grant from the National Science Foundation to study Triassic-Jurassic fossils and the origins of the crocodylian skull.
Keryn Gedan was awarded $110,341 by the U.S. Department of Commerce for her research on biodiversity and blue carbon in the face of sea-level rise and barrier-island migration.
Weiqun Peng received a $103,674 grant from the National Institutes of Health to explore the proteins Tcf1/Lef1 and beta-catenin in follicular helper T-cells.
Xiangyun Qiu received a $397,093 grant from the National Science Foundation for his study on elucidating chromatin, a highly dynamic nucleoprotein complex of DNA and proteins that controls DNA-dependent processes.
Maria Cecilia Zea was awarded $594,827 from the National Institute of Mental Health for a webnovela-based intervention to promote HIV testing among at-risk Colombian men.
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