Dr. Perpetua Muganda, professor in A&T’s Department of Biology, will be featured in a segment on UNC-TV’s North Carolina Now this evening (October 15). Muganda and a team of researchers from A&T and UNC-CH are investigating the role of viral factors in the aggressive nature of triple-negative breast cancer. Their work will be included in a special October report on breast cancer.
The program will air on UNC-TV at 7:30 p.m. EDT and on UNC-MX at 11 p.m.
Dr. Muganda’s study is funded by a grant from the NC TraCS Institute at UNC-CH and money from both universities. A&T and RTI International are partners with UNC-CH on its current Clinical and Translational Sciences Award from the National Institutes of Health.
A hold-the-date note from our partners at the NC TraCS Institute at UNC-Chapel Hill:
On behalf of Dr. Marshall Runge, principal investigator of the CTSA, we are sending this note so that you are aware that plans are in the works for an NC TraCS Institute Open House on Wednesday October 1st.
The goal is to educate and inform the research community about our services, our accomplishments, and our vision for the future of TraCS. More details will follow. If you have any questions please contact Ben Gellman-Chomsky.
In particular, researchers in these and related fields are invited:
- Allied Health
- Biochemistry & Biophysics
- Exercise & Sports Science
- Information & Library Science
- Journalism & Mass Communication
- Microbiology & Immunology
- Public Health
- Social Work
Click here for information on N.C. A&T’s role with NC TraCS in the Clinical and Translations Science Awards program.