News

  • Visionary Leadership

    Dr. Madhavan was named as a University Visionary Leader and given the 2017 Maria Teresa Velez Outstanding Mentor Award!

  • New Publication

    Our iPSC methods paper is published in JoVE... check it out!

  • Mentoring awards

    Dr Madhavan and Mandi received mentoring awards at the 2017 Undergraduate Biology Research Program conference.

  • Student accolades

    Vidhi and Sneha took first and second place, respectively, at the University's Student Showcase.  Also, Sneha and Konner received the Galileo Circle Scholars Award. Congrats!!

  • Conference symposium

    Dr Madhavan organized a nanosymposium at the 2016 Society for Neuroscience meeting on the topic of "Adult Neurogenesis During Aging of the Neural Stem Cell Niche." 

  • Dr Madhavan on NPR

    Lalitha is interviewed on NPR's Arizona Science segment.  Take a listen to Episode 32!

  • UA Honors College

    Vidhi is named "Outstanding Junior" by the UA Honors College!

  • LM-UA News
  • Paper accepted in Aging Cell

    "Reduced Nrf2 expression mediates the decline in neural stem cell function during a critical middle-age period"

  • Galileo scholarships go to two of our lab members

    Both Sneha and Vidhi win UA Galileo Circle Scholarships!

  • Amgen scholarship

    Sneha Ray has been awarded an Amgen Summer Scholarship through which she will engage in an independent research project at Washington University in St. Louis.

  • Paper accepted in the International Journal of Nanomedicine

    "Effects of the iron oxide nanoparticle Molday Ion Rhodamine B on the viability and regenerative function of neural stem cells: Relevance to clinical translation"

  • Vidhi wins BECUR award

    Vidhi Bharagava wins the best poster award (she got a perfect score!) at the 2016 Biological, Engineering, and Chemical Undergraduate Research  (BECUR) Conference.

  • Taylor and Vidhi receive travel scholarships

    Taylor and Vidhi receive travel scholarships and will attend the Society for Neuroscience conference in Chicago!

  • Paper accepted in Regenerative Medicine

    "Systemic human CD34(+) cells populate the brain and activate host mechanisms to counteract nigrostriatal degeneration"