Two PhD students in the Department of Cellular Biology were awarded fellowships from the University of Georgia Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, providing research funding for each of them for a year. Snehal Chaudhari received the Mary Laraine Young Hines Graduate Fellowship in Cancer Research. The Hines Fellowship is awarded to one graduate student in Franklin College working in the area of cancer research. James Anderson received the Grimes Family Distinguished Graduate Fellowship in Natural Sciences. The Grimes Family Fellowship is awarded to one graduate student in Franklin College majoring in natural sciences and working in the area of cancer research. These fellowships support excellence, innovation, and dedication in graduate research. They are a reflection of Snehal’s and James' hard work and commitment to high quality science.
Monday, February 2, 2015