Hugo Sanabria has received a National Institutes of Health grant to continue cancer research after his Clemson University School of Health Research (CUSHR) Faculty Fellowship
Novel approach gives researchers unprecedented view of protein that plays a role in neurological disorders
Two Clemson University groups are among the international team of researchers that developed a novel and technologically advanced approach that offers an unprecedented view of a protein linked to many neurological disorders.
The Clemson University Doctoral Dissertation Completion Grants, a collaborative effort between the Offices of the Vice President for Research and the Dean of the Graduate School, are intended to decrease time to degree and to support higher quality outcomes among students nearing graduation where relatively modest resources will make a large difference.
Published this week in Nature Methods, a team of 27 labs across the world – including Hugo Sanabria’s “Single Molecule Biophysics” lab at Clemson University – came together to devise a standard protocol for measuring distances in biomolecules.
CLEMSON – Hugo Sanabria of the College of Science has been recognized by Clemson’s Board of Trustees with the 2018 Award for Excellence. Sanabria is an assistant professor in the department of physics and astronomy and a rising star in the field […]
CLEMSON – College of Science physicist Hugo Sanabria has been named the recipient of the 2019 Young Fluorescence Investigator award by the Biophysical Society. The peer-nominated award is given to a pre-tenured investigator for outstanding achievements in the use of […]
Clemson University College of Science physicist Hugo Sanabria’s collaborative research on a protein that is considered to be a suppressor of cancerous tumors has been featured in the journal Nature Communications.
Hugo Sanabria looks into the smallest places to find answers to life’s biggest questions. An associate professor doing research in biophysics, Sanabria joined Clemson’s physics and astronomy department in 2014 and went about designing and building a microscope that could zoom in to a single molecule and measure its movement in time and space.
A Clemson University College of Science researcher, together with a team of researchers, developed and demonstrated new optical imaging methods to monitor a single molecule in action. This fluorescence-based technique may accelerate the field of structural biology, helping scientists better understand how molecules are assembled, function, and interact, which in turn may aid in structure-guided…
Hugo Sanabria is researching cancerous genetic mutations and personalized medicine to treat cancer as part of an embedded fellowship within the Prisma Health Cancer Institute. Sanabria, an associate professor in the Department of Physics and Astronomy, has been named the newest Clemson University School of Health Research (CUSHR) Faculty Fellow.
The College of Science honored some of its most outstanding undergraduate and graduate students during a virtual awards ceremony on April 9. “We are here to honor the best and brightest in the College of Science,” said Leigh Anne Clark, […]