In the News
Training Program Awards for 2012-2013
Rachel Pricer has been selected for fellowships in the Chemistry Biology Interface Training Program. She joins Alison Tebo, Carol Ann Pitcairn, and Conor Doss who were also awarded CBI training grant fellowships this year. Anne Gillies has also been selected to receive a fellowship by the Cellular Biotechnology Training Program. Congratulations to our students who have been selected!
Three New Faculty Members Join the Program in Chemical Biology
We are pleased to welcome three new faculty members to the Program in Chemical Biology starting this Fall: Dr. Sivaraj Sivaramakrishnan, Dr. Jorge Iniguez-Lluhi, and Dr. Gabrielle Rudenko.
Wendy Tay Awarded Alexander Graham Bell Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Postgraduate Scholarship
Wendy Tay, a fourth year Chemical Biology student in Professor Nils Walter's laboratory, has been awarded an Alexander Graham Bell Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Postgraduate Scholarship. Congratulations Wendy!
New Students for Fall 2012
The Program in Chemical Biology is pleased to announce our new cohort for Fall 2012. There are 11 new students joining us at the University of Michigan this year! Welcome, Class of 2017!
Leshern Karamchand Awarded NRF Free-standing Doctoral Scholarship for 2012
a third year Chemical Biology student in Professor Raoul Kopelman's laboratory, has been awarded a National Research Foundation Free-standing Doctoral Scholarship for 2012. These scholarship are awarded to top achievers in their research fields, for academic performance as well as their research potential. Congratulations Leshern!
Amanda Dugan Awarded Susan Lipschutz Award
a fourth year Chemical Biology student in Professor Anna Mapp's laboratory, has received the Susan Lipschutz Award. The Susan Lipschutz Award recognizes Rackham students who have demonstrated exceptional scholarly achievement, a sense of social responsibility and service, and a lively interest in promoting the success of women in the academic community.Congratulations Amanda!
Brian DeVree Awarded Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship
who is in his fourth year in Professor Roger Sunahara's laboratory, has received the Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for the 2012-2013 year. Congratulations Brian!