Meet The Researcher: Kristin A. Altwegg Speaks About Her NIH F31 Predoctoral Fellowship And Her Passion For Cancer Research

1) Your name, program, mentor name.  Kristin A. Altwegg, M.S., Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Ph.D. in Integrated Biomedical Sciences Program, Cancer Biology Discipline in the lab of Dr. Ratna K. Vadlamudi, Ph.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology   2)  Tell me...
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Alumna Jordan Tanner Receives Early-Career Publication Award From The American Association For Anatomy

Jordan Tanner, a 2019 graduate of the Master of Science program in Cell Systems and Anatomy, is the recipient of an Early-Career Publication Award from the American Association For Anatomy. Her award-winning publication “A Three‐Dimensional Print Model of the Pterygopalatine...
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In Press: New Paper Discusses the Inconsistencies Found Across the Literature Regarding Mental Health Outcomes of African American Caregivers

Nursing Science Ph.D. student Shanae Rhodes has published a first-author paper entitled “Physical and Psychological Health of African American Women Caregivers: Unmasking the Paradox” in Issues in Mental Health Nursing. “This specific paper discusses the inconsistencies found...
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GSA Science Sketches Contest

This semester, the Graduate Student Association is excited to announce it is hosting a Science Sketches Competition! This contest is open to ALL graduate students to create a 2 minute video giving a summary of their project or work in their lab (fo...
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“World In Pixels”: Photography Contest from March 23 through April 12, 2021

The Graduate Student International Club presents “World In Pixels”: Photography Contest. The contest is open to all GSBS students and is limited to one entry per participant. Entries are accepted from March 23 through April 12, 2021.   3 submissions will be selected...
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Ashlie Glassner First-Author Paper Focuses On Stigma By Engaging Persons Living With Dementia In Research

Ashlie Glassner, a student in the Nursing Science Ph.D. program, published a first author paper entitled “Fighting Stigma by Engaging Persons Living with Dementia in Research” in Issues in Mental Health Nursing about how the stigma around dementia has affected the level of...
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Connecting Science and Society: 5 Lessons from Dr. Fanuel Muindi

The student-led Women in Science: Development, Outreach, and Mentoring (WISDOM) organization hosted Dr. Fanuel Muindi, founder of STEM Advocacy Institute (SAi), on Feb. 23 to discuss diversity and inclusion in science. Dr. Muindi is originally from Tanzania, and he completed his...
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Call For Nominations: New Student Awards

Each year the graduate school awards 6 travel awards for deserving students to travel to a scientific conference. The certificates for these awards are presented during the Student Government Awards ceremony, typically in late April. In lieu of the traditional travel awards for...
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