Mark Cunningham, a PhD student with Chris Baylis, is a recipient of the 2010 APS/NIDDK Minority Travel Fellowship Awards for Experimental Biology 2010 http://the-aps.org/awards/student/10niddk-eb-awardees.htm…
Annet Kirabo has won a Carolyn tum Suden/Francis A. Hellebrandt Professional Opportunity Award from the American Physiological Society. Annet is an IDP graduate student in the laboratory of Dr. Sayeski.
Jonathan T. McGuane, Ph.D., has won an award from the Society of Gynecological Investigation (SGI) for an abstract that he submitted for their upcoming annual scientific meeting in Orlando, to be held in March. He is a postdoctoral associate whose faculty mentor is Kirk P. Conrad, M.D. The Pfizer President’s…
Sonisha Warren has received an American Heart Association BCVS Abstract Travel Grant Award for the AHA Scientific Sessions held in November, 2009. She is a Graduate Assistant in Dr. Hideko Kasahara’s lab.
Kavitha Gnanasambandan has won an International Student Award from the University of Florida International Center. Kavitha is a third year IDP graduate student in the laboratory of Dr. Peter Sayeski.
Congratulations to Hideko Kasahara, M.D., Ph.D., and A. J. Cardounel, Ph.D., who have both been promoted to Associate Professor in our department.
2009 Kalra Award Recipients Drew Taylor (left) and Karen Eberhart (right) have been honored with the 2009 Pusha S. Kalra Award for Endocrine Physiology. They are shown here with Dr. Kalra.
Annet Kirabo (mentor: Peter Sayeski) has received a Medical Guild Research Incentive Award in recognition of her outstanding research. Previous recipients of this award include: Adam Mecca (mentors: Colin Sumners and Mike Katovich) Natasha Moningka (mentor: Chris Baylis)…
Daisy Daubert, Ph.D., has accepted an Assistant Professorship at Ferris State University in Michigan. Daisy has been a postdoctoral associate in Debbie Scheuer’s lab for several years. Her appointment will take effect in August 2009.
Leslie White (mentor: Chris Baylis) and Arthur Pope (mentor: A. J. Cardounel) have both received Minority Travel Fellowships from the American Physiological Society (APS) and The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK). Annet Kirabo (mentor: Peter Sayeski) received an APS Travel Award (Professional Skills Training Workshop).