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Alumnus, Matt Bramble, has spent the last 5 years in graduate school at UCLA working on his doctorate in Human Genetics.  His work focuses on the genetic basis of sex differences in the brain.  His work has been recently published in Nature and Journal of Neuroscience Research.   Congratulations Matt!

Check the articles out here:

Sex-Specific Effects of Testosterone on the Sexually Dimorphic Transcriptome and Epigenome of Embryonic Neural Stem/Progenitor Cells

Effects of Chromosomal Sex and Hormonal Influences on Shaping Sex Differences in Brain and Behavior: Lessons from Cases of Disorders of Sex Development

Dr. Keith Johnson has been working with Coastal Conservation Association, Kent Island Scuba, and the Chesapeake Bay foundation on a project to create and monitor a new artificial reef near Tilghman Island since 2012.  ...

Homecoming is just around the corner! First up is the Alumni Affinity Reunion (for tickets click here) in the new Manning Academic Center.  We can’t wait to catch up with you, hear what you’re doing, and show off our new home....

In April, Dr. Mark Norris helped lead and present a 3 week series on Environmental Stewardship at the Reisterstown United Methodist Church. The weekly topics included: our relationship with nature, our impact on the environment (including climate change), and environmental justice. This was done in preparation for and recognition of Earth Day.

On April 25, Biotechnology major Ashley Babyak and biology faculty member Dr. Matt Tucker presented their research at the World Malaria Day Conference at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health. Dr. Tucker reported that there was a lot of interest in their research, particularly because it was conducted by undergraduate students.

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