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Carlos Baiz and Sean Roberts Receive NSF Major Research Instrumentation Grant

Sean Roberts and Carlos Baiz of UT Austin and James Batteas of Texas A&M University are recipients of a $1 million National Science Foundation grant through the Major Research Instrumentation Program (MRI). They plan to build a new microscope that will be part of the UT MRSEC user facility. The microscope is designed to...

Carlos Baiz Receives 2019 Biophysical Journal Paper of the Year Award

Source: Carlos R. Baiz to Receive the 2019 Biophysical Journal Paper of the Year Award The Biophysical Society is pleased to announce that Carlos R. Baiz PhD, University of Texas at Austin, has been selected as the winner of the Biophysical Journal Paper of the Year Award for 2019. The winning paper is titled Site-specific Pepti...
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Carlos Baiz and Emily Que Receive Teaching Excellence Awards

Congratulations to Assistant Professors Carlos Baiz and Emily Que, recipients of the 2018 College of Natural Sciences Teaching Excellence Award. This award recognizes faculty who have had a positive influence on the educational experience of our students. The recipients were honored at last night's Teaching Discovery Dinner. 

Carlos Baiz Receives CNS Catalyst Grant

Assistant Professor Carlos Baiz and Professor Richard Aldrich (Department of Neuroscience) are recipients of the CNS Catalyst Grant for their project, "Investigating Protein Conformational Dynamics with IR Spectroscopy."  The purpose of this project is to study protein conformational changes induced by ion binding. Ultrafast 2D IR spectroscopy...
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Welcome New Faculty - Carlos Baiz and Livia Eberlin

The Department of Chemistry is pleased to welcome our newest faculty members  - Drs.  Carlos Baiz and Livia Eberlin.   Carlos Baiz received his doctorate in chemistry from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 2011 after receiving his bachelor's degree in chemistry from Michigan Technological University in 2005. ...