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Congratulations to Mohammad Alzubi, Harrell lab, for his 1st first-author paper! Other Pathology Department contributors; Tia Turner, Sahib Sohal, Chuck Harrell. Click here to read "Separation of breast cancer and organ microenvironment transcriptomes in metastases"
Graeme Murray, MD/PhD student in Jason Reed’s lab (Department of Physics) co-mentored by Chuck Harrell in Pathology, was named a Wright Scholar. Funds from the Wright endowment will offset School of Medicine tuition, fees, and stipend costs.
Amy Northrop looking at the microscope [View Image]
Pictured on the left, Amy Northrop, Radhakrishnan lab, received a travel stipend from the Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research to attend the Translational Science 2019 conference!
Grible working in lab [View Image]Pictured on the right, Jackie Grible, Clevenger lab, Human and Molecular Genetics PhD student, received travel awards from both the graduate school as well as Human and Molecular Genetics. Funds will be used towards presenting her research at the annual AACR meeting in Atlanta.
Jackie Grible was awarded the Susan E. Kennedy Scholarship, a monetary award in the amount of $1,500 given by Phi Kappa Phi for those involved in the promotion of women in higher education and STEM.
Hakim working in lab [View Image]
Pictured on the left, Shawn Hakim, Clevenger lab, comes to Pathology from the Cancer and Molecular Medicine program of the Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research.
Shawn Hakim received a travel stipend from the Wright Center for Clinical and Translational Research to attend AACR Annual Conference 2019. Shawn has also been selected to give an oral presentation at the AACR conference.
Shawn Hakim received VCU graduate school dissertation grant, 2018-2019.
Shawn Hakim was inducted in Alpha Epsilon Lambda graduate student honor society.
Wei Du working in a lab [View Image]
Pictured on the right, Wei Du, MD, PhD. Bos lab, received a 2018-2020 Basic Research Fellowship from the American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA), a two-year grant supporting postdoctoral fellows conducting brain tumor research under the mentorship of an experienced investigator in the field.