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University of Cincinnati researcher receives 'highest' honor awarded to young scientists
Date:11/1/2007

the zebrafish facility at UCs Genome Research Institute, where he switched his focus to studying the flow of fluid and cells within organs and organ systems with the aid of these freshwater tropicals.

In 2006, Hove was awarded a four-year, $1.53 million R01 grant from the National Center for Research Resources of the NIH to create a laser-illuminated 4-D camera. He hopes the camera will provide scientists with a better way to study cell and fluid movement in three dimensions plus the fourth Dreal time.

Hes working with colleagues at Caltech and the University of Washington to take Caltechs prototype 4-D camera technology and redesign it to fit on the end of a microscope.

Hove says he hopes to have the technology ready by the end of grant period and suspects that it will be useful to researchers studying flow not only in zebrafish models but also in cultured cells and in other animal models where tissues and blood vessels are transparent enough to view.

It was extremely humbling just to be nominated for this kind of recognition, let alone to actually be named a winner, said Hove. Im really very grateful to the NIH and its National Center for Research Resources for their support of my work, and to the people in my lab and the great colleagues and mentors Ive been lucky enough to work with over the years.

Im especially delighted to have the honor of representing the University of Cincinnati on such a grand stage and am thankful for the tremendous support UC has given me as I have developed my research program.


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