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Houston Fulbright Blog – 181004

Konnichiwa CHMEs! Genki desu ka?  [How are you?] Here in Japan the weather is cooling and the fall term just started at Saitama University. Many more students are walking around campus and going back and forth to classes and activities. The first day of the third term was October 1. The four terms are roughly:…
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Houston Fulbright Blog – 180919

Wow!    Kyo wa ku gatsu juku nichi sui yobi desu! Today (kyo) is Wednesday (sui yobi) September (ku gatsu), 19 (juku nichi)! We are already into the second half of September, which surprises me. Although, I bet this month is going slowly for those of you in the throes of the semester. J So, if…
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Houston Fulbright Blog – 180906

Ohayō gozaimasu!  (Good Morning!) Phonetically you would say: oh-hah-YOH go-zigh-moss!  So this morning my “Japan Fulbright Blog” is written for you by Dr. Kevin Houston.  I like to say that Kevin is “The other Dr. Houston.”  Many of you know that he is also a faculty member at NMSU. He is in the Department of…
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Houston receives $1.1 million NIH grant

Dr. Jessica P. Houston has been awarded a grant from NIH in the amount of $1.1 million to execute the project, “Microflow time-resolved cytometry for FRET and fluorescent protein development.”

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Dr. Houston selected for Fulbright in Japan

http://www.lcsun-news.com/story/news/education/nmsu/2018/02/13/nmsu-chemical-materials-engineering-professor-receives-fulbright-faculty-award/335410002/

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Immunophenotyping with time-resolved flow cytometry

Description: Flow cytometry is a fluorescence-based approach that evaluates cells based on protein expression, among many other cellular features. This project will involve testing a specialty time-resolved flow cytometer to determine how it can improve routine immunophenotyping protocols. Routine protocols involve taking white blood cells, labeling with fluorescent antibodies, and counting with a flow cytometer….
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Flow cytometry instrument development

Description: Students are sought to help with a biomedical engineering research project. Our research incorporates many disciplines including: biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, chemical engineering, and physics. Our laboratory studies flow cytometry. Flow cytometry is a single cell counting tool used to collect features from cells including phenotype, genotype, morphology, and more. Flow cytometers work by…
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Houston & Houston funded again by Cowboys For Cancer Research

Kevin Houston (CHEM/BCHE) and Jessica Houston (CHME) have been funded $50,000 by Cowboys for Cancer Research (C4CR) in the 2016-2017 funding cycle for their continuing project, “Creating metabolic maps of individual cancer cells using high-throughput fluorescence decay kinetics.”

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Ph D candidate Sambrano funded by NIH

http://newscenter.nmsu.edu/Articles/view/12163/nmsu-chemical-engineering-student-receives-national-institutes-of-health-grant NMSU chemical engineering student receives National Institutes of Health grant Date: 10/07/2016  Writer: Billy Huntsman, 575-646-2913, wthv8420@nmsu.edu A graduate student in New Mexico State University’s Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering recently received a prestigious research grant from the National Institutes of Health, which only three other NMSU students have received since 1996. New Mexico…
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Carbon dots synthesis and analyses using flow cytometry

Description: The overall goal of the USDA IFSEEN project is to train undergraduates in research, with an emphasis on underrepresented students, as well as to develop a multidisciplinary research program that combines chemical engineering with food science. The specific aim is to characterize the bacterial species in the cultures and understand how the bacterial environment…
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