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Professor of Biology Geoffrey Ganter
Professor of Biology Geoffrey Ganter

Ganter Laboratory study published in pain research journal

September 17, 2018

Research by the Ganter Laboratory was recently published in Molecular Pain , a peer-reviewed medical journal covering all aspects of pain research. The article discussed work by the Ganter Lab...

UNE students and faculty attend annual Estuarine Research meeting in New Hampshire.
UNE students and faculty attend annual Estuarine Research meeting in New Hampshire.

UNE students named award winners at Estuarine Research meeting

May 08, 2018

Four UNE students recently attended the New England Estuarine Research Society (NEERS) meeting in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, where they presented their research. All four students received awards. Two of them,...

Nociceptive neurons in a fruit fly larva
Nociceptive neurons in a fruit fly larva. The entire body wall of the animal is tiled with the rectangular dendritic arbors of nociceptive neurons. In this animal, DNA encoding the jellyfish-derived red fluorescent protein TdTomato was inserted into the fly genome in such a way that it is expressed only in the nociceptive neurons. This image of a live fly larva was taken by Taylor Follansbee, B.S. '13, M.S. '15 using a confocal laser-scanning microscope.

UNE research team publishes in leading neuroscience journal

August 04, 2017

Professor of Biology Geoffrey Ganter, Ph.D., and his research team at the University of New England published an original research paper in the top-rated Journal of Neuroscience . Ganter’s team...

Geoff Ganter, one of the scientists for UNE's COBRE pain research, studies pain pathways in fruit flies
Geoff Ganter, one of the scientists for UNE's COBRE, studies pain pathways in fruit flies

Maine’s senators congratulate UNE for national pain research grant

June 16, 2017

The University of New England has received a $10.7 million, 5-year grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to continue building its research center devoted to finding improved treatments...

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