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February 27, 2023

Chris Azaldegui (Biteen Lab) and Desnor Chigumba (Kersten Lab), both 4th year students, were selected to receive Rackham Predoctoral Fellowships for 2023.  The Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship supports outstanding doctoral students working on dissertations that are unusually creative, ambitious and impactful.

 

 

 

 

 

 
January 25, 2023

Four PCB students successfully defended over the past three months - Congratulations to Dr. Scott Campit (Chandrasekaran Lab), Dr. Meredith Purchal (Koutmos/Koutmou Labs), Dr. Jorge Becerra (Mapp Lab), and Dr. Jorge Sandoval (Montgomery/Minehan Labs)!

 
November 2, 2022

Two PCB students successfully defended in September and October - Congratulations to Dr. Taslima Khan (Ginsburg Lab), and Dr. Sara Tweedy (Brooks Lab)!

 
 
September 26, 2022

Six PCB students successfully defended this August - Congratulations to Dr. Anthony Balistreri (Chapman Lab), Dr. Christina Howard (Cierpicki/Grembecka Labs), Dr. Shero Lao (Smith Lab), Dr. Jason Liu (Mapp Lab), Dr. Samantha Kelly (Sherman Lab), and Dr. Sydney Rosenblum (Garner Lab)!!!

 
August 31, 2022

Rising second year Chemical Biology PhD student, Luis Vazquez-Rivera (Wenjing Wang Lab), has been awarded a Chemistry Biology Interface Training Program (CBITP) Fellowship. Congratulations!

 
July 30, 2022

Congratulations to Katherine Lev, rising second year Ph.D. student in the Sherman Lab, who was recently awarded a Cellular Biotechnology Training Program (CBTP) Fellowship for 2022!

 
July 1, 2022

Two PCB students successfully defended in May and June - Congratulations to Dr. Monika Franco (Koutmou Lab), and Dr. Lara Zetzsche (Narayan Lab)!

 
May 1, 2022

Welcome to our 5 newest Ph.D. students joining the Program in Chemical Biology!

 
April 25, 2022

Nolan Carney, 4th year Program in Chemical Biology PhD student in the Nagorny Lab, was selected to receive a Rackham Predoctoral Fellowship for 2022. Congratulations, Nolan!!

 
April 1, 2022

PCB student, Tom Pospiech (Southworth/Mapp Labs), successfully defended his thesis this March - Congratulations, Dr. Pospiech!

 

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