In the News
Daniel Klionsky featured in Washington Post article on teaching
September 24, 2007 - LSI faculty member Daniel Klionsky is among the professors profiled in a piece on teaching science in higher education.
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Autophagy: from phenomenology to molecular understanding in less than a decade
September 21, 2007 - "Autophagy: from phenomenology to molecular understanding in less than a decade" by Dan Klionsky is appearing in Nature Reviews Molecular Cell Biology.
Download the paper here.
Klionsky featured in article on cell research at Penn
June 14, 2007 - Daniel Klionsky is quoted in a Philadephia Inquirer article about cell research taking place at the University of Pennsylvania.
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Klionsky Receives HHMI Teaching Grant
June 1, 2006 - LSI research professor Daniel Klionsky has received a $1.5 million grant from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute to promote innovative teaching of introductory science at research universities.
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Klionsky Cited in Science Frontiers of Cancer Research
May 26, 2006 - LSI research professor Daniel Klionsky's research on autophagy has been cited and his images featured in a news article in Science concerning the role autophagy may play in cancer treatment.
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Klionsky named National Academies Biology Mentor
Feb. 23, 2006 - LSI research professor Daniel Klionsky has been named an Education Mentor in the Life Sciences by the National Academies. Nationally recognized for his innovative teaching style of undergraduate biology, Dr. Klionsky and 20 other research scientists will provide advice on transforming undergraduate science education.
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Q&A with Dan Klionsky
Klionsky wins major teaching grant
Nov. 2003 - Cell Biologist Dan Klionsky has been named a Distinguished Teaching Scholar by the National Science Foundation and awarded $305,000 over four years to improve how introductory biology is taught at Michigan.
Read the NSF's "In Focus" magazine article
Read a University Record feature
Klionsky publishes autophagy book
June 2003 - Cell Biologist Dan Klionsky is the editor of a new title from Landes Bioscience that covers all the current areas of autophagy, an important second form of "programmed cell death." A collection of essays from an international team of collaborators discusses autophagy, or "self-eating" in yeast, mammals, fruit flies, nematodes and even plants.
See the Landes Biosciences website for ordering information