Congrats to Parks, Joseph, and Lucy for getting the Harrison! 100% of Deppmann undergrads applying for the Harrison received the Harrison. Go team!!!
Congrats to Mike Wheeler for winning the Lothman award for outstanding research by a current NGP student or recently-graduated NGP student!
We're super sad to see Mike go, but we're sure he'll be amazing at whatever he chooses to do.
Congrats to Lucy for presenting her first poster at the summer research fair!
Congrats to Molly on her acceptance to the MD-PhD program at Columbia University. We wish you the best of luck!
Mike, Chris Y, Mardeen, and Rachel:
You all will be missed very much. Good luck in your future endeavors and keep in touch!
Congrats to the new Dr. Wheeler! We wish you the best of success!
Congrats to Chris Y on his decision to go to Hopkins. We all know you will do very well!
Congrats to Irene for getting first place in the 2016 GBS Spring Symposium Poster Contest and Central Virginia Society for Neuroscience Poster Session!
From the website:
Made possible through the extraordinary generosity of the late David A. Harrison III and his family, the Harrison Undergraduate Research Awards fund outstanding undergraduate research projects.
This is to attend a meeting of Development, Functions and Disorders of the Nervous System (joint Meeting of the 20th Biennial Meeting of the International Society for Developmental Neuroscience and the 5th Annual NeuroDevNet Brain Development Conference). This will be held in Montreal this this July. Congrats Irene!!
Congrats to Mike!!
From the website:
The Cell and Molecular Biology faculty at the University of Virginia provides a comprehensive graduate training program in modern cell and molecular biological sciences. It is the purpose of the program to provide the widest possible choice of mentors, and hence, research areas, while offering an individually-tailored academic program for each graduate student.
We believe that the best biological scientists are those who possess a broad knowledge of cell and molecular biology, as well as a thorough understanding of their own particular research area.
The Cell and Molecular Biology program capitalizes on the expertise and resources of a large, diverse, and excellent faculty composed of more than ninety members from eight basic science departments and programs in the university.