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KemNu's on Track
We are on track to go live with our web App in Mid January!  (More)
Congrats, Ilona!
Everyone at Pierce lab would like to congratulate Ilona Golynker on her new position as a Research Associate at Icahn School of Medicine Mount Sinai! Ilona graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Neuroscience from Georgia State University in Spring 202 (More)
Spring 2020 Awards
We would like to congratulate two of our PhD students for being recognized by Georgia State University's Biology Department! Brianna (Galbreath) Chilton received the Steven Kudravi Memorial Award for excellence in teaching! Nosa Amadasun receiv (More)
Nosa Amadasun’s Defense
We here at Pierce lab would like to congratulate Nosa on a successful dissertation defense! His presentation titled “Preliminary Report on Protein Preparations Exhibiting Both Asparaginase and Glutaminase Activity Purified from Rhodococcus rhodochrou (More)
Closed for Winter Break
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Final Week Hours
The last day for fall semester appointments is December 6**. However, we will be open during exam week for face to face, 15-minute, walk-in sessions, so come on by for those last-minute questions! Our exam week schedule is: Monday 12/9: 1 (More)
Strong AEM Showing at the GeorgiaBio Innovation Summit 2018
This year the 2018 GeorgiaBio Innovation Summit saw the attendance and poster presentations of nine students from the Applied and Environmental Microbiology group which encompassed the labs of both More)
2019 ASM Abstract Reviewers
Congratulations to Kelly Cannon, Brianna Galbreath, and Ma (More)
White River Cave Survey
On February 24, 2015, Chris Cornelison, Kyle Gabriel, and Kelly Cannon joined Katrina Morris and Jackie Jeffery of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources for a population and white-nose syndrome (WNS) survey of bats in the private White River Ca (More)
WNS-Treated Bats Released into Wild
     On Tuesday, May 19th, bats that were treated for white-nose syndrome (WNS) were released back into the wild. This past winter's experimental treatment has been heralded a success by researchers and federal wildlife manag (More)
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