Notables of Physiology
no ° ta °ble (no’tэbэl) n. A person of distinction or great reputation. Related words – luminary, illustrious, celebrated. Notables of Physiology are selected and recognized by their peers for meritorious contributions. Hurrah!
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Anna Marie Taylor
Honorable Mention 2012 Graduate Student Organization Poster Session
Junior Scientist Seminar Speaker, 2012
Orson Moe, M.D.
Pre-Clinical Teaching Award, 2012
Kristine Kamm, Ph.D.
Pre-Clinical Teaching Award, 2012
Top 5 in 2012 Graduate Student Organization Poster Session
Drs. Lora Hooper and Youxing Jiang are among the four scientists named 2013 Edith and Peter O'Donnell Award winners by The Academy of Medicine, Engineering, and Science of Texas (TAMEST).
George DeMartino, Ph.D.
Distinguised Basic Science Educator Award, 2012
Chengcheng (Alec) Zhang, Ph.D., left, and Junke (Justin) Zheng, Ph.D., identified a mechanism that maintains stem cell readiness.
Bajalee Somalinga, Ph.D., left, recipient of a High Risk/High Reward grant, and Phil Thomas, Ph.D.
Helen Yin, Ph.D., Assistant Dean of the Office of Women's Careers, and James Stull, Ph.D.
Jen Liou, Ph.D., left, and Chi-Lun Chang, Travel Award and presentation at the annual meeting of the American Society for Cell Biology.
Jiang Wu, Ph.D., left, and Xuanming Shi, Ph.D., recipient of the DOD Visionary Postdoctoral Fellowship.
James Stull, Ph.D., left, and Youxing Jiang, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Physiology.
Paul Blount, Ph.D., and Juandell Parker,
recipient of the Travel Award to the 2012 Institute on Teaching and Mentoring, sponsored by the Bridges to the Professoriate Program, National Institute of General Medical Sciences.
Robin Hiesinger, Ph.D., left, Associate Professor, Department of Physiology, and James Stull, Ph.D.
George DeMartino, Ph.D. (left), recipient of the Pre-Clinical Teaching Award, with James Stull, Ph.D.
Ilya Bezprozvanny, Ph.D. (left), was named the Carl J. and Hortense M. Thomsen Chair in Alzheimer's Disease Research. James Stull, Ph.D., at right.
David Thompson, Ph.D., (left) Milestones in Service recipient, with George DeMartino, Ph.D.
Ilya Bezprozvanny, Ph.D., and James Stull, Ph.D., October 2010
Institute of Cytology, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg, Russia
Phil Thomas, Ph.D., and James Stull, Ph.D.,
Ruth S. Harrell Professorship in Medical Research
Ryan Williamson, Ph.D. (left), winner of the Best Graduate Student Scientific Poster at the 51st Annual Drosophila Research Conference, with Robin Hiesinger, Ph.D.
Milestones in Service, 2010
Xuesong Chen, Patsy Tucker, Sandra Tjon-Kon-Sang, Jun Wu, Linda Millen, Janet Young, Linda Patterson
Youxing Jiang, Ph.D., and Sheng Ye, Ph.D.,
Professor, Zhejiang University, Hangshou, China
J. Gregory Fitz, M.D., Dean of UT Southwestern Medical School (left), and Janes Stull, Ph.D. (right) Distinguished Teaching Professor
Helen Yin, Ph.D., and James Stull, Ph.D.
HHMI and State of Texas Institutional Initiative Award - Mechanisms of Disease (Yin)
Anna Patrick, recipient of the NIH Ruth Kirschstein National Research Service Award, with Phil Thomas, Ph.D.
Caroline Ritchie, Graduate Student Organization Poster Session Winner, with Phil Thomas, Ph.D.
Joseph Yuan, Ph.D., (left), recipient of the NIH Pathway to Independence Award, with Shmuel Muallem.
Audrey Chang, Ph.D. (center), recipient of the AHA Postdoctoral Researcher Award, with Kristine Kamm, Ph.D., and James Stull, Ph.D.
George DeMartino, Ph.D., recipient of the Medical School MS1 Teaching Award.