Graduate Students Awarded CBBI Fellowships

July 22, 2008

Nine graduate students have been awarded CBBI fellowships for 2008-2009 to train at the interface of chemistry, biochemistry, and biology. The fellowships carry an annual stipend of $25,000 plus health insurance and travel support for research internship. The CBBI fellows for 2008-2009 are:

Rosanne Frederick (2nd year biochemistry student, Jennifer Dubois’s group)
Jessica Hornick (4th year biology student, Edward Hinchcliffe’s group)
Francis Insaidoo (4th year biochemistry student, Brian Baker’s group)
Christine Monteleon (3rd year biology student, Crislyn D’Souza-Schorey’s group)
Julia Philip (1st year physical chemistry student, Holly Goodson’s group)
Kurt Piepenbrink (3rd year biochemistry student, Brian Baker’s group)
Ian Sander (2nd year biochemistry student, Patricia Clark’s group)
Bryan Smith (1st year biochemistry student, Bradley Smith’s group)
Timothy Wencewicz (2nd year organic chemistry student, Marvin Miller’s group)