UTRGV Research News
Dr. Rupesh Kariyat, assistant professor in the UTRGV Department of Biology, has been named the recipient of 2021 Excellence in Education Award from the prestigious American Society of Plant Biologists in recognition of his outstanding teaching, student mentorship, and educational services in the science of plant biology.Read More
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RIO GRANDE VALLEY, TEXAS – The UTRGV School of Medicine was recently awarded a
$1.45 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to support its goal of developing
a treatment for advanced pancreatic cancer.
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Dr. Murali Mohan Yallapu, associate professor in the Department of Immunology and Microbiology in the UTRGV School of Medicine, is the principal investigator on ongoing research that was recently awarded a $1,453,000 grant from the Department of Health and Human Services to study aggressive and late-stage prostate cancers.Read More
We are committed to providing faculty with outstanding professional development opportunities by engaging them in university’s innovative initiatives. Below, meet the first nine Faculty Fellow positions within the Division of Research, Graduate Studies, and New Program Development for FY2019-20. They fall into the categories of Technology Licensing and Commercialization, New Program Market Research, Sustainability, and International Faculty Fellows.Read More
Significant increases in total external grant funding, total research expenditure, and restricted research expenditure are critical for UTRGV’s national recognition, and in its quest for the Emerging Research University status. To encourage and reward faculty for their efforts in bringing competitive grant funding to UTRGV, this new, one-of-a-kind Faculty Grant Award Incentive Program has been established by the Division of Research, Graduate Studies, and New Program Development. This incentive program will remain in effect for five years starting FY 2018-19. The program’s effectiveness and sustainability will be assessed after five years from inception to determine whether the program shall continue.Read More