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Maggie Kuo

Maggie Kuo
Maggie Kuo was an intern at ASBMB Today when she wrote this story. Today she is a writer at the American Physiological Society. She earned her Ph.D. in biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University.

Articles by Maggie Kuo

Klevit pushing ‘physical techniques to their limits’
Award

Klevit pushing ‘physical techniques to their limits’

3/1/2015
Rachel E. Klevit, professor of biochemistry at University of Washington, was selected to give the Fritz Lipmann Lecture at the 2015 American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology annual meeting.
Saphire, a ‘leading light in molecular biology and human health’
Award

Saphire, a ‘leading light in molecular biology and human health’

3/1/2015
Erica Ollmann Saphire, professor of immunology and microbial science at The Scripps Research Institute, is the recipient of the ASBMB's 2015 Young Investigator Award.
Cowman regarded as 'a world leader in malaria research'
Award

Cowman regarded as 'a world leader in malaria research'

3/1/2015
He won the ASBMB's 2015 Alice and C.C. Wang Award in Molecular Parasitology.
Regeneration of a transgenic mouse model
Generations

Regeneration of a transgenic mouse model

2/1/2015
Learn how Nicole Ward at Case Western Reserve University came upon her psoriasis mouse.
Arrowhead hunting with Jackie Corbin
Hobbies

Arrowhead hunting with Jackie Corbin

2/1/2015
Jackie Corbin, an emeritus professor of molecular physiology and biophysics at Vanderbilt University, goes hunting for arrowheads almost every week.
Science in sign language
Diversity

Science in sign language

2/1/2015
Maggie Kuo explores how deaf scientists navigate the hearing scientific community.