Braulio Bonilla

Graduate Student Researcher

Education

MS, Molecular and Cell Biology, Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay, 2008
BS, Biological Sciences, Universidad de la Republica, Uruguay, 2008
 

Research Summary

I am interested in understanding how failure of the DNA repair mechanisms lead to genomic instability; specifically I try to elucidate the function of the Shu complex in in preventing mutagenesis.
 
Braulio  Bonilla
I am interested in understanding how failure of the DNA repair mechanisms lead to genomic instability; specifically I try to elucidate the function of the Shu complex in in preventing mutagenesis.
 
Rojas JJ, Sampath P, Bonilla B, Ashley A, Hou W, Byrd D, Thorne SH.Manipulating TLR Signaling Increases the Anti-tumor T Cell Response Induced by Viral Cancer Therapies. Cell Rep. 2016 Apr 12;15(2):264-73. PMID:  27050526 PMCID: PMC4830920

 

Awards and Honors

Fulbright Scholarship

Sponsored Research

Fulbright Scholarship

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Recent Publications

Program Achievements

Molecular Pharmacology Graduate Program Ranked #2 in National Research Council Rankings

Outcomes: 

Time to dissertation Defense
, last five graduating classes:  4.6 years, Completion Rate: 86.49%

First Author Publications (All students, past 5 year mean):  2.03;   Total Publications: 5.10

F-series Grants (F30/F31) (All Students, past 5 year mean):  12/34 (35%) 


Ranked #9 in National of Institute of Health funding of departments of Pharmacology

Ranked in the top 15 in funding for twenty-four consecutive years