Department Chair Prof. Kim McCall recently received two NIH grants (totaling over $2.7 million) to support her laboratory’s research on cell death and cell clearance. One of the grants is entitled “The coordination of cell death and corpse clearance” and is a 5-year “Maximizing Investigator Research Award” from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, which provides flexibility for investigators to pursue new research opportunities. The second grant from the National Institute on Aging is an exploratory research grant entitled “Role of phagocytosis in neurodegeneration.”

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