Undergrads gain exposure to Internal Medicine research

The University of Iowa has several resources that connect undergraduate students to unique experiences, including participation in the groundbreaking, influential research conducted in the Internal Medicine labs. The Iowa Center for Research by Undergraduates (ICRU), a unit of the Office for the Vice President of Research (OVPR), reports that 30% of senior undergraduates are involved […]

CF Research Team Awarded $3.63M Grant

For decades, the University of Iowa has been home to some of the most significant advancements in our understanding and treatment of cystic fibrosis. A recent $3.63M/five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to a multidisciplinary team of researchers led by Drs. David Stoltz and Joseph Zabner may lead to the next ground-breaking discovery. […]

Pezzulo Wins PBF Fellowship

Dr. Alejandro Pezzulo, Fellow in Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine, has won a prestigious Parker B. Francis (PBF) Fellowship in Pulmonary Research. Under the guidance of a formally identified mentor—in this case, Division Director Dr. Joe Zabner—Dr. Pezzulo will use this 3-year, $156,000 award to pursue research into the role of two enzymes, HDAC6 […]

November 2016: Meghan Hartry

Even when you have a pretty good idea of want to do with your life, your undergraduate years still can present you a lot of different variations on that plan. Not even halfway through her sophomore year, Meghan Hartry is taking full advantage of her options. An Undergraduate Research Assistant in the Pulmonary Research labs […]