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Daniel Forger to lead $1M study of how internal clock controls mood 2012
The project is funded by a competitive international Human Frontier Science Program Grant, which supports basic life science research with funding from 13 countries and the European Union.
Daniel Forger was interviewed for a television piece by the American Institute of Physics. 2010
The piece highlights Forger's research on circadian rhythms, and was aired around the country.
Science Daily and Science News highlights Daniel Forger's research on the Biological Clock and Circadian Rhythms. 2009
Daniel Forger received a Young Investigator Research Award from the Air Force Office of Scientific Research. 2008
Forger will study physiology modeling of circadian timekeeping. The Young Investigator awards support recent PhD recipients (<5 years) who show exceptional ability and promise for conducting basic research. The program aims to foster creative basic research in science and engineering, enhance early career development of outstanding young investigators, and increase opportunities for the young investigators to recognize the Air Force mission and the related challenges in science and engineering.
Daniel Forger's joint research on the sleep gene has recently received national recognition. 2006
The story has been publicized by Fox News, MSNBC/Newsweek, the L.A. Times, and other national and international print and broadcast media.