澳门马会传真Accolades

Mand毛 Holford of Hunter College/CUNY Graduate Center, a Whitman Scientist and former E.E. Just Fellow at MBL, has been named a juror for the 2024 Sundance Film Festival. Holford is on the jury for the Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize, which recognizes "an outstanding feature film focusing on science or technology as a theme, or depicting a scientist, engineer or mathematician as a major character." (Jan. 4, 2024)

Two alumni of the 澳门马会传真Logan Science Journalism Program, Sarah Kaplan of The Washington Post and freelance journalist Paul Tullis, have received 2023 AAAS Kavli Science Journalism Awards for their distinguished reporting. Kaplan and colleagues received a Silver Award (Science Reporting, Large Outlet) for a comprehensive multimedia story on Crawford Lake in Ontario "which has evidence that humans have changed the planet鈥檚 chemistry and climate in such fundamental ways that many scientists believe they mark a new chapter in geologic time called the Anthropocene." Tullis, writing for Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, received a Silver Award (Magazine) for his story on avian influenza, "Is the Next Pandemic Brewing on the Netherlands鈥 Poultry Farms?鈥 . (November 10, 2023)

of Yale University (澳门马会传真Embryology course alumna, 2017) has been named a by STAT News. These are "the most impressive doctors and researchers on the cusp of launching their careers, but not yet fully independent ... All are blazing new trails as they attempt to answer big questions in science and medicine." Tornini, a developmental biologist, uses zebrafish as a model to study the gene regulatory networks that establish the cellular diversity of a developing brain. She has also served as a teaching assistant in the MBL's Zebrafish Development and Genetics course (2018-2019, 2022). (October 27, 2023)

Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) has announced its 2023 Hanna H. Gray Fellowships and several of the new fellows and/or their faculty mentors are 澳门马会传真faculty or alumni. The provides each fellow with up to $1.5 million in support for up to eight years, spanning postdoctoral training through transition to an early career faculty position. Congratulations to new fellow Raul Arturo Ramos-Garcia of University of California, Berkeley (澳门马会传真Neurobiology course manager 2022 and 2023, teaching assistant 2019 and 2021, and alumnus 2018) and his faculty mentor at UC-Berkeley, Ellen Lumpkin (澳门马会传真Neurobiology course director 2018-2022, faculty 2015 and 2017; Neural Systems and Behavior course faculty 2016). Other MBL-affiliated mentors of 2023 Hannah Gray Fellows are Anita Sil of UC-Berkeley (澳门马会传真Molecular Mycology course faculty 2001, 2012); Phillip Cleves of Carnegie Science (澳门马会传真Molecular and Cell Biology of Symbiosis course director, 2023); Rajat Rohatgi of Stanford University (澳门马会传真Applied and Quantitative Light Microscopy course alumna, 1999); and Kerwyn Casey Huang of Stanford University (澳门马会传真Physiology course faculty, 2010-2012, 2017). (Sept. 22, 2023)

Maryn McKenna, senior writer at WIRED and advisor to the MBL's Logan Science Journalism Program, has received the 2023 Victor Cohn Prize for Excellence in Medical Science Reporting from the Council for the Advancement of Science Writing. . (Sept. 1, 2023)

Cristina Roman-Vendrell, a postdoctoral scientist in the MBL's Eugene Bell Center, has been selected for the National Institute of Health's (Maximizing Opportunities for Scientific and Academic Independent Careers). This program is part of NIH鈥檚 efforts to enhance diversity within the academic biomedical research workforce, and is designed to facilitate the transition of promising postdoctoral researchers from diverse backgrounds into independent, tenure-track or equivalent research-intensive faculty positions. (July 19, 2023)

The National Academy of Sciences has 鈥渋n recognition of their distinguished and continuing achievements in original research.鈥 Membership in the Academy is considered to be one of the highest honors a scientist can receive. Congratulations to former 澳门马会传真Trustee Claire Fraser and several other 澳门马会传真alumni, faculty and researchers who were elected to the Academy this year: Barbara A. Block (Alumna, Electron Microscopy in Biological Science, 1982); Moses V. Chao (Course Faculty, Pathogenesis of Neuroimmunologic Disease, 2001, 2005, 2007); Marla Feller (Course Faculty, Neurobiology, 1999); Claire M. Fraser (澳门马会传真Trustee, 2000-2004; Course Director, Advances in Genome Tech/Bioinformatics, 2002, 2004; Course Faculty, Molecular Evolution, 1999-2001; Alumna, Microinjection Techniques, 1990); Ursula W. Goodenough (Course Faculty, Microbiology, 1984); James Jones (Course Faculty, Summer Program in Neuroscience, Excellence and Success, 2002-2005); Robert E. Kass (Course Faculty, Neurobiology, 1987-1989; Methods in Computational Neuroscience, 2003); Neuroinformatics, 2004-2009); Andre Nussenzweig (Alumnus, Physiology, 1994); Eduardo A. Perozo (Course Director, University of Chicago Bootcamp & Programs, 2021; Course Faculty, Biology of the Inner Ear, 2011); Naomi Pierce (Alumna, Molecular Evolution, 1991); Helen M. Piwnica-Worms (澳门马会传真Summer Fellow, 1989); Michael N. Shadlen (Course Faculty, Methods in Computational Neuroscience, 2015, 2019, 2021); Elly M. Tanaka (Alumna, Embryology, 1988); Elizabeth Vierling (Alumna, Physiology, 1979); Michelle D. Wang (Alumna, Physiology, 2007); Anne D. Yoder (Whitman Scientist, 2011, 2016, 2017; Course Director, Molecular Evolution, 2017;聽 Course Faculty, Molecular Evolution, 2002-2011, 2014-2016, 2018; Alumna, Molecular Evolution, 1994). (May 12, 2023)

Numerous 澳门马会传真community members are among the accomplished individuals . The Academy is an honorary society, with members elected from the non-profit, private, and public sectors, and an independent policy organization with initiatives in the arts, democracy, education, global affairs, and science. Congratulations to the following 澳门马会传真affiliates to be elected this year. Class 1 (Mathematical and Physical Sciences): Lakshminarayanan Mahadevan, Physiology course faculty 2004, Brains, Minds, and Machines course director 2014, and Physical Biology of the Cell course faculty 2016: Class 2 (Biological Sciences): James Briscoe, Gene Regulatory Networks course faculty 2012-2017, 2019; Frank Constantini, Embryology course faculty 1984, 1986; Amy Gladfelter, Physiology course faculty 2016, 2021-2023, Molecular Mycology course faculty 2013, Physiology course alumna 1998, MBL New Research Organisms Committee Member, MBL Imaging Committee Member, 澳门马会传真Society, former 澳门马会传真Fellow; Tobias Meyer, Physiology course faculty 2004, 2010; Lilianna Solnica-Krezel, Zebrafish Development & Genetics course faculty 2012-2019, 2022; Hollis Cline, Neurobiology course director 2008-2009, Neural Systems & Behavior course faculty 1989-1994, Whitman Scientist 1993; James DiCarlo, Brains, Minds and Machines course faculty 2015-2018; Marla Feller, Neurobiology course faculty, 1999; Mary Beth Hatten, Neurobiology course alumna 1975, Neurobiology course faculty 1986, Neural Systems and Behavior course faculty 1992; Ramon Latorre, Neurobiology course faculty 1982; Wade Regehr, Grass Fellow 1988; 聽Erin Schuman, Neural Systems and Behavior course alumna 1988, Neural Systems and Behavior course faculty 1995; Louis Muglia, Frontiers in Reproduction course faculty 2016; Andre Nussenzweig, Physiology Course alumnus 1994; Ronald Germain, Biology of Parasitism course faculty 1987. (April 28, 2023)

has been appointed the next dean of the College (the undergraduate school) at the University of Chicago. Hale, who served as co-interim director of the 澳门马会传真in 2017-18, is currently vice provost of the University and the William Rainey Harper Professor in the Department of Organismal Biology and Anatomy. A distinguished neurobiologist, Hale has had a long association with the 澳门马会传真as a former Grass Fellow (2000), faculty member in the Neural Development & Genetics of Zebrafish course (2004) and research collaborator with 澳门马会传真scientists, and she serves on the 澳门马会传真Council. Hale will succeed John W. Boyer, the Martin A. Ryerson Distinguished Service Professor of History, who has served as dean of the College for more than 30 years. (April 14, 2023)

Two 澳门马会传真faculty alumni have received the for their research on brain development and synaptic plasticity. They are聽 of Harvard Medical School (Neurobiology course faculty, 1997-2000) and of Max Planck Institute for Brain Research (Neural Systems & Behavior course alumna 1988, faculty 1995). Along with of University of Cambridge, Greenberg and Schuman will share the ~$1.45M prize, which is considered among the most prestigious in neuroscience. (March 24, 2023)

The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) named in October 2022, and several of them are 澳门马会传真affiliates. Election as a Fellow 鈥渉onors members whose efforts on behalf of the advancement of science or its applications in service to society have distinguished them among their peers and colleagues.鈥 Congratulations to the following 澳门马会传真course faculty and alumni who were elected: AAAS Section on Biological Sciences听: Carol Arnosti of University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill (alumna, Microbiology, 1989); Stuart Brody of University of California, San Diego (alumnus, Physiology, 1960); Enrique de la Cruz of Yale University (faculty, Physiology, 2018; faculty, Physical Biology of the Cell, 2017-2018); 聽Rebecca Wright Heald, University of California, Berkeley (faculty, Physiology, 2004-2005); Irene Lucile Garcia Newton of Indiana University, Bloomington (alumna, Analytical and Quantitative Light Microscopy, 2011); Leslie Rissler of National Science Foundation (alumna, Molecular Evolution, 1998); Pamela Soltis of University of Florida (faculty, Molecular Evolution, 1997); Carmen Williams of NIH National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (faculty, Frontiers in Reproduction,聽 2012, 2016-2019). AAAS Section on Geology and Geography: Doug Erwin, Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History (faculty, Gene Regulatory Networks, 2015, 2018-2019). AAAS Section on Medical Sciences: Tobias Hohl of Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (faculty, Molecular Mycology, 2009; alumnus, Molecular Mycology, 2005); Asma Nusrat of University of Michigan (alumna, Microinjection, 1991). AAAS Section on Neuroscience: William Carlezon of Harvard Medical School/McLean Hospital (faculty, Neurobiology of Brain Dysfunction, 2011). AAAS Section on Physics: James Glazier of Indiana University Bloomington (alumnus, Neural System and Behavior, 1991); Lena Kourkoutis of Cornell University (alumna, Physiology, 2012); Jennifer Ross of Syracuse University (lecturer, Analytical and Quantitative Light Microscopy, 2016; faculty, AQLM, 2015, 2017). (March 2, 2023)

Several early-career 澳门马会传真community members have been named 2023 Sloan Research Fellows, whose "achievements and potential place them among the next generation of scientific leaders in the U.S. and Canada." Fellows receive $75,000, which may be spent over a two-year term on any expense supportive of their research. Among the 125 fellows named this year are 澳门马会传真course faculty and alumni Andrea M. Gomez of University of California, Berkeley (faculty, Neurobiology, 2022); Ann Kennedy of Northwestern University (alumna, Methods in Computational Neuroscience, 2011); Jeffrey Markowitz of Georgia Institute of Technology (alumnus, Neuroinformatics, 2010) and Cengiz Pehlevan of Harvard University (alumnus, Methods in Computational Neuroscience, 2011). . (March 2, 2023)

, Regents Professor at Washington State University, has received the . The award, which carries a $150,000 prize, honors Hunt's "instrumental discoveries in how prenatal development is impacted by aging, mistakes in cell division, and environmental exposures. This annual award honors an outstanding scientist who has advanced the science that underlies our understanding of pregnancy, birth and prenatal development." Hunt is co-director of the 澳门马会传真course "Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals: Hazards and Opportunities." (Jan. 19, 2023)

The late Roger Tsien of University of California-San Diego is a 2023 inductee to the . Tsien, the late 澳门马会传真Distinguished Scientist Osamu Shimomura, and Martin Chalfie of Columbia University received theor the discovery and development of green fluorescent protein, which revolutionized biological imaging. Other 2023 NIHM inductees were involved with the discovery and development of CRISPR-Cas9 gene editing and modified mRNA technology used in COVID-19 vaccines, among other inventions. Tsien served on the faculty of the MBL's Optical Microscopy & Imaging in the Biomedical Sciences course (1989-1990) and was a lecturer in 澳门马会传真Neurobiology (1997, 2000-2004). (Jan. 17, 2023)

of Hunter College/CUNY Graduate Center, the 2022 E.E. Just Fellow in the 澳门马会传真Whitman Center, has been for the Sundance Film Festival. She will be judging in the Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize category. This prize is given annually to a feature film that focuses on science or technology as a theme, or depicts a scientist, engineer, or mathematician as a major character. (Jan. 13, 2023)

澳门马会传真Trustee Emeritus has received the from the American Society for Cell Biology (ASCB) "for his 50 years of service to the ASCB and to science." "Along with being a distinguished scientist, your career can be described in one word: Service,鈥 said ASCB CEO Rebecca Alvania at the award presentation ceremony. Langford, professor emeritus of biology and dean emeritus at Syracuse University, is a 澳门马会传真Society member, a former 澳门马会传真Whitman Investigator, and an alumnus of the 澳门马会传真Physiology and Neurobiology courses. (Dec. 1, 2022)

, an alumna of the MBL's Workshop on Molecular Evolution (2016) and Embryology course (2015), has been named a by the publication STAT. (Nov. 15, 2022)

Sally Kornbluth, former co-director of the Biomedical course in the 澳门马会传真Logan Science Journalism Program (2006), has been selected as president of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (Oct. 27, 2022)

澳门马会传真Fellow was awarded the "for his contributions to the field of regeneration鈥攆rom the identification of genes that control regeneration in living organisms, to the potential for regenerative medicine to revolutionize how we treat disease in humans."聽 Awarded annually, the prizes recognize and celebrate the extraordinary contributions of immigrant professionals to the arts, culture, and society in the United States.聽S谩nchez Alvarado is executive director and chief scientific officer of the Stowers Institute for Medical Research, and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator. (Oct. 18, 2022)

澳门马会传真Director Nipam Patel has been awarded the 2021 A.O. Kowalevsky Medal for his comparative studies on flies, butterflies, and crustaceans. The Kowalevsky Medal is awarded annually by the to recognize significant contributions to evolutionary developmental biology. The award was established in the 1910s in honor of Alexander Kowalevsky, a Russian embryologist and one of the founders of comparative developmental embryology. It stopped being awarded in 1914 due to World War I and the Russian Revolution, but was revived in 2001 for the 100th anniversary of Kowalevsky's death. Patel accepted the award virtually at the Society for Developmental Biology's 81st Annual Meeting in July. (July 17, 2022)

澳门马会传真Senior Scientist Roger Hanlon has received a from the Cephalopod International Advisory Council (CIAC). Lifetime achievement awards聽are聽conferred on researchers who have made outstanding contributions to cephalopod research and/or the ideals and aims of CIAC. Awardees are granted honorary life membership in CIAC. (May 24, 2022)

Two members of the 澳门马会传真community have been elected to the board of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), the world's largest multidisciplinary scientific society and publisher of the Science family of journals. of the University of California, San Francisco (澳门马会传真Embryology faculty '87 and '88) was named President-elect of the AAAS board, and 澳门马会传真Fellow of Arizona State University was named a board member. Maienschein also directs the in collaboration with the MBL.聽 (May 11, 2022)

澳门马会传真Research Scientist Irina Yushenova has been named to the Early Career Leadership Program by the Genetics Society of America (GSA). Participants receive training and mentoring while serving on committees charged with understanding the needs, interests, concerns, and challenges of early career scientist members of the GSA. (March 4, 2022)

Congratulations to recipients of the , presented by the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Awardees include the producers of the film 鈥淗uman Nature,鈥 which tells the story of the discovery of CRISPR and was a project first nurtured in meetings in Woods Hole (Gold Award, Video In-Depth Reporting) and 澳门马会传真Logan Science Journalism alumnus Michael Werner (Gold Award, Video, Spot News Reporting). (Feb. 15, 2022)

Clifford Brangwynne of Princeton University has been awarded the , Japan, for his pioneering work in 鈥淟iquid Phase Condensation in Cell Physiology and Disease,鈥 which had origins as a 2008 澳门马会传真Physiology course project. (Feb. 3, 2022)

Undergraduate Ella Lemely-Fry (Lawrence University) received the 鈥淔riends Award鈥 for excellence in her MBL聽Semester in Environmental Science聽(SES) symposium presentation. For her 2021 SES research project, Lemely-Fry used novel fluorescent imaging techniques to explore the association of soil minerals with organic matter, considering implications for carbon storage and nutrient cycling.聽This award is bestowed annually to a student enrolled in SES by the聽Friends of the MBL. (Jan. 7, 2022)

澳门马会传真Trustee聽聽of Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health was awarded the聽from the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene. (Nov. 30, 2021)

The American Society for Cell Biology has received a National Science Foundation grant of more than $701K to establish a collaborative network of experts to identify evidence-based inclusion strategies that scientific societies can deploy to address persistent cultural challenges preventing inclusive practices from taking root. Among the members of the network are聽Linda Hyman, Burroughs Wellcome Director of Education, 澳门马会传真, and聽Jennifer R. Morgan, Senior Scientist and Director for The Eugene Bell Center for Regenerative Biology and Tissue Engineering, 澳门马会传真. (Nov. 30, 2021)

of MIT was awarded the聽, presented to 鈥渂iology and medicine researchers whose work has helped define their field.鈥 Hopkins co-directed the 澳门马会传真Zebrafish Development and Genetics course (1998-2000) and taught in the course in 2001 and 2003. (Nov. 30, 2021)

厂别谤驳颈辞听滨帽颈驳耻别锄, a 2009 student in the MBL鈥檚 Summer Program in聽Neuroscience, Excellence, and Success (SPINES), received the National Award for Excellence in Innovative Advances in Health Research from the聽. He runs the聽聽at the University of Texas at El Paso. (Sept. 27, 2021)

of The Rockefeller University h聽of Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI). Voshall has long been a member of the 澳门马会传真community, having served on the faculty of the Neurobiology course (1994) and the Neural Systems and Behavior course (2005-2007) and presented Friday Evening Lectures in 2012 and 2020. Her first scientific experiences were at 澳门马会传真in 1982, when she assisted in the Whitman Center labs of Philip Dunham and Gerald Weissmann. . (Sept. 17, 2021)

Every year, the Society for General Physiologists (SGP) awards a $500 scholarship and a one-year SGP membership to students accepted to one of the following 澳门马会传真Advanced Research Training Courses: Embryology, Neural Systems & Behavior, Neurobiology, or Physiology. are: Isabella Geata, PhD Candidate, Vanderbilt University; Hannah Martin, PhD Candidate at the University of Chicago; Louis Prahl, Postdoc, University of Pennsylvania; and Priscilla Yevoo, PhD Candidate, Stonybrook University. (Sept. 3, 2021)

this month, the highest honor bestowed by the American Chemical Society, for his 鈥渇oundational contributions鈥 to nanoscience and chemistry. (Aug. 26, 2021)

Lily Hall, an undergraduate who is participating in the聽NSF-REU Biological Discovery in Woods Hole聽program at 澳门马会传真this summer, has been named a Goldwater Scholar by the聽. Hall is a student at University of Minnesota-Duluth mentored by Allen F. Mensinger and Monte Stewart. Her career goals are to obtain a Ph.D. in ecology, conduct research in mammal spatial ecology, and work with the next generation of scientists as a university professor. (Aug. 6, 2021)

Wendy and Eric Schmidt recently announced the 2021 cohort of聽, 鈥渁 group of 28 early-career scientists committed to harnessing interdisciplinary science to make a positive difference in the world.鈥 Among them are聽聽of Harvard University (alumna, 澳门马会传真Microbial Diversity, 2017) and聽of CalTech (alumnus, 澳门马会传真Physiology, 2015; faculty, Physiology course and Physical Biology of the Cell course). (June 11, 2021)

Falmouth High School junior Axsel Jensen聽is a winner of a 2021-22 student competition for environmental grants awarded by The Marjot Foundation of Falmouth.聽 Jensen achieved top honors with his proposed work on the toxicity of road runoffs in the Waquoit Bay estuarine system. Jensen will be mentored by Kelsey Chenoweth of the Ecosystems Center at the 澳门马会传真 in Woods Hole. The nonprofit Marjot Foundation聽supports environmental research proposed by and carried out by high school students from grades 9 through 11. (May 28, 2021)

, co-principal investigator of the聽, has received the 2021 School of Life Sciences Faculty Teaching Award from Arizona State University, where she teaches courses in the聽history of biology, history of medicine, and science and society. (April 29, 2021)

Two members of the 澳门马会传真community have been named聽聽by the Paul G. Allen Foundation. This program supports 鈥渆arly-stage research with the potential to reinvent entire fields鈥 with grants between $1 million and $1.5 million to individuals and scientific teams. The 澳门马会传真affiliates who received awards are GW Gant Luxton of University of California-Davis (Whitman Scientist 2018; Analytical and Quantitative Light Microscopy course alumnus 2012) and Maho Niwa, University of California, San Diego (Optical Microscopy and Imaging in the Biomedical Sciences course alumna, 2003). (Oct. 16, 2020)

Cell Mentor/Cell Press recently published a list of 鈥,鈥 which includes many familiar faces at MBL. Among them are 澳门马会传真Fellows聽听补苍诲听; the late聽Joe L. Martinez Jr., co-founder of the 澳门马会传真SPINES course;聽, co-director of the Biological Discovery in Woods Hole Summer Opportunity for Undergraduate Research Program (NSF-REU); and聽, director of outreach initiatives at the Grass Foundation; and many others. Congratulations to all! (Sept. 16, 2020)

聽of Harvard University/HHMI, a Whitman scientist at 澳门马会传真in 2018, is one of four recipients of the prestigious . Dulac was recognized for her work identifying brain circuits that control parenting behavior. (Sept. 16, 2020)

Daniella Hanacek of University of Maryland, a research assistant at the 澳门马会传真Ecosystems Center in Ivan Valiela鈥檚 lab in 2017-2019, has received a聽聽to conduct research at the Chesapeake Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, Maryland. Her work will focus on greenhouse gas fluxes and carbon sequestration in tidal marshes of Chesapeake Bay. (Aug. 21, 2020)

Clifford Brangwynne, Princeton University professor and Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigator, is one of three recipients of聽, the nation鈥檚 largest unrestricted scientific prize ($250,000) for young, faculty-level researchers. Brangwynne, a Whitman Center Fellow at the MBL, was recognized for 鈥渁 discovery that upends previous understandings of the internal organization of cells,鈥 which

From the award announcement:

鈥淏rangwynne has transformed the field of cell biology through a discovery that upends the understanding of the internal organization of cells. Brangwynne discovered that inside cells, biomolecules can merge to form liquid-like droplets that allow for the localization and compartmentalization of molecular interactions. The ability of these droplets to smoothly fuse and separate is critical for cell division and the development of embryos. Errors in this physical property may result in the formation of solid structures, such as the tangles and fibers found in Alzheimer鈥檚 disease, which can cause cell damage and death.

The Life Sciences Jury noted that Brangwynne鈥檚 work has influenced many areas of biology. 鈥淐lifford Brangwynne has fundamentally changed the way we think about scientific problems and biology,鈥 said Elaine Fuchs, PhD, Rebecca C. Lancefield Professor at The Rockefeller University, Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator, and Chair of the 2020 Blavatnik National Awards Life Sciences Jury. 鈥淪cientists, including myself, have become increasingly fascinated with thinking about how his findings relate to the scientific problems we study and how they relate to other kinds of fundamental biological processes.鈥 (July 22, 2020)

澳门马会传真Fellow聽A. Murat Eren (Meren)聽of the University of Chicago has been named a聽. These two-year research fellowships recognize the potential of early-career scientists to make substantial contributions to their fields. Meren combines state-of-the-art computational strategies and molecular approaches to shed light on the ecology and evolution of microbial populations in a wide range of habitats. (May 1, 2020)

聽alumna of the MBL鈥檚 Logan Science Journalism Program (2015) and former instructor in the MBL鈥檚 Semester in Environmental Science program, has been named president of the Society of Environmental Journalists. (May 1, 2020)

Deepak Krishnamurthy聽of Stanford University (澳门马会传真Physiology course, 2017) and聽Ben Winer聽of Princeton University (澳门马会传真Analytical and Quantitative Light Microscopy course, 2018) have been named聽聽These fellowships recognize early-career scientists who aim to harness interdisciplinary approaches to tackle long-term societal challenges. (May 1, 2020)