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Tamara King, Karen Houseknecht, and Kathleen Becker attending the annual American Society for Bone and Mineral Research meeting.
Tamara King, Karen Houseknecht, and Kathleen Becker attending the annual American Society for Bone and Mineral Research meeting. Upon return to UNE, the group was rounded out when Meghan May joined the posse.

UNE’s “Bone Posse” strikes again: Collaborative faculty researchers showcase bone research at national meeting

October 11, 2019

We often think of bones as simple structures that the body is built around. But on the contrary, bone biology and bone health are dynamic processes that impact the health...

Pamela Bruno, senior research associate in the Center for Excellence in Health Innovation
Pamela Bruno, senior research associate in the Center for Excellence in Health Innovation

Article by CEHI’s Pamela Bruno published in international journal

October 03, 2019

An article co-authored by Pamela Bruno, M.P.H., senior research associate in the Center for Excellence in Health Innovation (CEHI), was recently published in Translational Behavioral Medicine : Practice, Policy, Research...

Benjamin Harrison (far right) and members of his lab
Benjamin Harrison (far right) and members of his lab

Benjamin Harrison’s gene research published in genetics journal

September 26, 2019

Benjamin Harrison, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Biomedical Science Department in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, recently published an article, titled “Detection of Differentially Expressed Cleavage Site Intervals Within 3′...

Thomas Klak and his students are working to produce pollen in the seedlings through intense, speed breeding conditions
Thomas Klak and his students are working to produce pollen in the seedlings through intense, speed breeding conditions

Progress being made toward restoring a blight-tolerant American chestnut

September 24, 2019

UNE is the only place in New England where students are working with fungal blight-tolerant American chestnut seedlings. A team of scientists created the seedlings by inserting a gene from...

Benjamin Harrison, assistant professor of Biomedical Sciences
Benjamin Harrison, assistant professor of Biomedical Sciences

UNE receives new funding to study Alzheimer’s disease

September 23, 2019

Benjamin Harrison, Ph.D., assistant professor in the Biomedical Science Department in the College of Osteopathic Medicine, recently received a grant of more than $315,000 from the National Institute of General...

Brain of bottlenose dolphin in situ showing planes of serial section used. From: The Anatomy of the Brain of the Bottlenose Dolp
Brain of bottlenose dolphin in situ showing planes of serial section used. From: The Anatomy of the Brain of the Bottlenose Dolphin (Tursiops truncates). Rhinic Lobe (Rhinencephalon): The Archicortex. Jacobs, M.S., McFarland, W.L. and Morgane, P.J. Brain Research Bulletin, Vol. 4, Supplement, 1979

UNE’s Biddeford Library Art Gallery presents artistic representations of scientific research in 'The Dolphin Brain' exhibit

September 20, 2019

The University of New England’s Biddeford Campus Ketchum Library Art Gallery is currently hosting an exhibition, titled The Dolphin Brain , which will be on display through September 26. The...

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