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Martha U. Gillette to give March 2019 Beckman Director's Seminar.  
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"Martha Gillette, Director of the University of Illinois Neuroscience Program, will give the next Beckman Institute Director's Seminar at noon Thursday, March 7, 2019 on The Clocks that Time Us: Dynamics in Brain Metabolism and Sleep" — Beckman Institute, February 27, 2019 (Read the article)

Martha U. Gillette featured in Minnesota Public Radio's Brains On! A Winter Solstice Special: Tick, Tock Circadian Clock.  

"Host Molly Bloom explores circadian rhythms, animal hibernation and how light and dark affect all life on Earth with special guest, Martha Gillette" — I-STEM Education Initiative, December 21, 2017 (Read the article)

Martha U. Gillette featured in University of Illinois video  
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Alumni Professor of Cell and Developmental Biology and Affiliate Professor of Molecular and Integrative Physiology Martha Gillette is featured in an online video entitled "Neurosciences: The Clock."

University neuroscience researchers are uncovering how biological timing systems, like circadian clocks, control brain functions. This research provides insights about synchronization that can positively effect people’s health and well being. You may stream the video online.

See two videos created in our lab: glia, SCN slices.

Martha U. Gillette is an investigator for the NSF Center to Investigate Creation of Biological Machines  
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The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $25 million to establish the Emergent Behaviors of Integrated Cellular Systems (EBICS) Center at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), and the Georgia Institute of Technology. Read more at LAS news, physorg.com, Daily Illini, Medical News Today , Mechanical Engineering Magazine.


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"Microfluidic Chambers Advance the Science of Growing Neurons" — Internetchemistry.com, August 2007 (Read the internetchemistry article) and EurekAlert, August 2007 (Read the EurekAlert article)