Wandinger-Ness selected as research ambassador to Germany

Angela Wandinger-Ness, PhD
Angela Wandinger-Ness, PhD

Wandinger-Ness leads an international research team at the UNM Health Sciences Center that is working to dissect the mechanisms of human disease. The team studies molecular switches known as GTPases, which are at the core of all research projects, ranging from investigations of inherited kidney disease to ovarian cancer.

As one of 23 research ambassadors chosen in North America, Wandinger-Ness will serve as a local resource at UNM to advise students, faculty and program directors on funded international research opportunities available in Germany.

To learn more visit, www.daad.org.

 

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