SF State has been awarded $17.04 million to address issues of workforce diversity in biomedical research by the National Institutes of Health. The effort seeks to upend presuppositions about members of minority communities -- that they may not have the aptitude or background to excel in the sciences.
Dean Kenneth Monteiro discusses the uniqueness of SF State's program and new initiatives in advance of Ethnic Studies' 45th anniversary celebration on Sunday, Oct. 26.
At a town hall meeting, child and adolescent development majors and recent graduates discussed their two-month volunteer program.
The information that interprets the genetic code in a new embryo differs depending on whether it comes from the father or mother, Associate Professor of BIology Diana Chu has found.