Rudi Fasan receives Provost's Multidisciplinary Research Award
Rudi Fasan, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, is a recipient of a 2011 Provost's Multidisciplinary Award along with Co-PIs Craig Morrell (SMD) and David Goldfarb (Biology) for their collaborative research project entitled “Novel Strategies to Modulate and Evaluate the Activity of Artemisinin-Based Antimalarial Drugs". This year, five research projects have been selected across the whole University as recipients of this award, whose purpose is to support faculty research crossing multiple disciplines and involving research groups from different schools. A reception celebrating the 2011 winners will take place on Friday, October 21. Congrats Rudi and team!