19 Mar 2013
Pipes And LeVine Secure Graduate Funding
Two Graduate Students working with PBSB faculty are awarded competitive graduate research fellowships: (1) Lenore Pipes, a graduate student in the Tri-Institutional Graduate Program in Computational Biology and Medicine, working in the laboratories of Dr. Christopher E. Mason and Dr. Adam Siepel, wins a 2013 National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) Fellowship for her work on de novo transcriptome assembly and genome assembly. Her fellowship will last from 2013-2016. (2) Michael LeVine, a PBSB graduate student working in the lab of Dr. Harel Weinstein is awarded a National Research Service Award (NRSA – F31) to work on “Ligand-Specific Allosteric Modulation by Drugs of Abuse” for the next 4 years, starting June 1, 2013.