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Alumnus Adam Bauer received an NIH grant

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Adam Q. Bauer, PhD 2009, assistant professor of radiology at the School of Medicine, received a $2.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)’s National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke for a research project titled “Optogenetic Mapping of Cell Specific Connections in the Mouse Brain After Stroke.” Stroke is the leading cause of adult disability in the U.S. The project will study how changes in the brain following ischemic stroke may influence recovery.

Sutherland, Calogero and Gaudin win 2019 Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics

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Bill Sutherland, BA '63, was one of three theoretical physicists awarded the 2019 Dannie Heineman Prize.

Three questions with recent Nobel laureate W. E. Moerner

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In 1989, alumnus W. E. ­Moerner, AB ’75, BS ’75, BS ’75, became the first scientist in the world to measure the light absorption of a single molecule, a task long thought to be impossible. Twenty-five years later in October 2014, Moerner won the Nobel Prize for chemistry for his breakthrough.

Graduate Student Alumni Reunion ...

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Madison Cannon, a 2014 graduate with degrees in physics and math leads a lesson in physics for Girls Inc. Eureka! participants ...

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“I wasn’t supposed to like math because I was a black girl, but I would dream square roots,” said Jordan, a student in the Brown School working toward dual masters degrees in social work and education. “It could feel isolating, but math was what I loved.”

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