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Honors and Accolades

Postdoctoral Fellow Awards and Accolades

2021

Gretchen Alicea of the Weeraratna lab was selected as a 2021 Eddie Méndez Scholar by the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center

Rebecca Ursin of the Klein lab received a poster award at the inaugural Sex Differences in the Immune System meeting

 

2020

Laura Hueser of the Weeraratna lab received a two-year Research Fellowship from the Deutsche Forschungsgesellschaft (German Research Foundation)

Dongqing Xu of the Wan lab received a Trainee Project Award from the Wendy Klag Center for Autism & Developmental Disabilities

Dongqing Xu of the Wan lab received the Carol Eliasberg Martin Scholarship

 

2018

Aravinth Kumar Jayabalan of the Leung lab is a winner of the 2018 GE Healthcare Cell Image Contest, and his image will be featured in 2019 GE Healthcare Cell Image Calendar

Nicole Camlin of the Evans lab won the 2018 Delta Omega Scholarship for laboratory research

Aravinth Kumar Jayabalan of the Leung lab is the winner of the 2018 Johns Hopkins Research Photo Contest in the Research Scientist/Postdoctoral Fellow category, for his image of a cell infected by Chikungunya virus titled Hijacking at the cellular level.

Lesley Weaver of the Drummond-Barbosa lab received a K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award from the National Institutes of Health


2017

Lesley Weaver of the Drummond-Barbosa lab received an American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) Travel Award, supporting travelthe 2017 ASCB/EMBO Meeting

Kenji Johnson of the Wang lab received a Judge Travel Award for the 2017 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS).


2015

Michelle Kerns of the Coulombe lab won the Thurston R. Adams Prize form the University of Maryland Department of Surgery Buxton Research Symposium

Aaron Haeusler of the Wang lab received a K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award from the National Institutes of Health

Ryan Hobbs of the Coulombe lab was awarded the JHSPH Carol Eliasberg Martin Scholarship, given to outstanding student or postdoctoral fellow whose research focuses on the prevention of cancer that affects women

Ryan Hobbs of the Coulombe lab received first place in the basic science category of the Fellow Research Day Poster Session through the Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center