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Professors Rupal Gupta and Shana Elbaum-Garfinkle (Photo credit for Elbaum-Garfinkle image: Rachel Ramirez)
The funding will support graduate students in both Rupal Gupta’s and Shana Elbaum-Garfinkle’s labs, and both professors are seeking new, ambitious students and staff to join their groups. Read more
Professor Andreas Kottmann (third from left) with students and alumni from his lab (l to r): Ph.D. student Santiago Uribe-Cano (Psychology); alumna Lauren Malave (Ph.D. ’20, Biology); Ph.D. student Dustin Zuelke (Biology); master’s student Sonia Bernal (Cognitive Neuroscience); and alumnus Lev Starikov (Ph.D. ’19, Biology). (Photo Courtesy of Andreas Kottmann)
The Graduate Center spoke with Professor Andreas Kottmann about his lab’s latest research, new directions, and his collaborations with diverse student researchers. Read more
The Office of Institutional Research and Effectiveness (OIRE), part of the Provost’s Office, regularly reviews the outcomes of Graduate Center alumni to understand how the school is meeting students’ academic and career needs.
Andrew Kircher and Alison Walls
The Ph.D. Program in Theatre and Performance offers a diversity of research training that meets the needs of the next generation of scholars. Read more
A physicist and engineer known for his breakthroughs in optics and photonics describes his work in metamaterials and electromagnetic and mechanical waves and why it matters.
Paul C. Notari holding a framed copy of the flyer used to promote the Paul C. Notari Research Grants in Environmental Studies (Photo credit: Mary Lou Notari)
Four research microgrants of $500 will be offered by the Futures Initiative at the Graduate Center in an annual competition, beginning in 2022. Read more
Kevin McGruder and the cover of his book, "Philip Payton: The Father of Black Harlem"
Alumnus Kevin McGruder has published a second book on Harlem, this one focusing on trailblazer Philip Payton. Read more
In a reimagined seminar series hosted by the Advanced Science Research Center, six leading scientists will explain their interdisciplinary STEM research and how it impacts humanity and the planet. Read more
Professor Lilia Maliar (Photo courtesy of Maliar)
Maliar's research involves finding numerical methods for solving dynamic economic models. Read more
A new study from Malave et al. suggests that in the brains of L-Dopa-treated Parkinson’s patients the lack of Shh signaling to cholinergic neurons results in L-Dopa induced dyskinesia. Image credit: Santiago Uribe-Cano
Researchers at The Graduate Center, CUNY and the CUNY School of Medicine find that increased signaling of the sonic hedgehog protein could suppress debilitating involuntary movements that are a side effect of dopamine replacement therapy. Read more