The Ted Nash Long Life Foundation has awarded a two-year $200,000 grant to Kendra K. Frederick, Ph.D. for her studies of Alzheimer’s associated tauopathies. The grant aims to capitalize on new sensitivity-enhancing technology for solid state NMR, dynamic nuclear polarization (DNP), to determine the structure of tau protein aggregates inside of normal and diseased human cells.
The National High Magnetic Field Laboratory profiles Dr. Frederick.
Meet Kendra Frederick by Kristen Coyne, published May 25, 2016.
Frederick lab receives funding from the STARS program. Article in the April 2016 issue of the UTSouthwestern Center Times.
Lab member Dennie contributed to a paper coming out this week in Nature before joining the lab at UTSW. Read the profile on the Wistar Institute’s website.
UTSW “Center Times” profiles the seven new endowed scholars.
December 28, 2015
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