regeneration Content regeneration Content for College of Biological Sciences en Generating a Research Award: Assistant Professor Celina Juliano Wins Elizabeth D. Hay New Investigator Award Assistant Professor Celina Juliano, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, was recently named as the winner of the 2020 Elizabeth D. Hay New Investigator Award. Juliano studies the regenerative capabilities and “biological immortality” of Hydra (Hydra vulgaris), a small freshwater invertebrate. January 16, 2020 - 11:09am Greg Watry Assistant Professor Celina Juliano Talks Hydra Research with The Stem Cell Podcast In the latest episode of The Stem Cell Podcast, Assistant Professor Celina Juliano discusses her research on Hydra, an aquatic animal with amazing regenerative capabilities. November 14, 2019 - 12:50pm Anonymous Mapping Cells in the “Immortal,” Regenerating Hydra In a study appearing in Science, Assistant Professor Celina Juliano, Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, and her colleagues used single-cell sequencing techniques to explore the genetic trajectory for nearly 25,000 cells of the immortal Hydra. July 25, 2019 - 8:23am Greg Watry $1.5 Million NSF Grant Will Help Make Hydra a Better Model for Studying Regeneration With a grant from the National Science Foundation, Assistant Professor Celina Juliano will help develop genomic tools that will promote regenerative research and hopefully increase the number of researchers using Hydra as a model system. August 31, 2018 - 9:07am Greg Watry Hydra and the Quest to Understand Immortality The Hydra, a small freshwater invertebrate, is an advantageous model organism for regenerative biologists. Named after the serpent from Greek mythology that grew two new heads for each one cut off, this tiny, jellyfish-like creature holds within its genomic code the key to biological immortality. January 04, 2018 - 9:51am Greg Watry