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Grant: Kelly Tseng
Kelly Ai-Sun Tseng (Life Sciences) was awarded a $224,250 grant from the Nevada INBRE: IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence funded by the National Institutes of Health. Her research project "Building a Molecular Blueprint for Productive Eye Repair" aims to identify genes and signals that induce eye regeneration.
Research studies in the Tseng lab seek to identify the mechanisms that enable animals to regrow organs and tissues with the goal of applying this knowledge toward developing regenerative therapeutics. Their recent publication was featured on Xenbase, the international research community resource for Xenopus research funded by the National Institutes of Health.
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