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Daniel Marzolf Honorable Mention NSF GRFP

Daniel Marzolf Honorable Mention NSF GRFP Daniel Marzolf has received Honorable Mention for his National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program application. Congratulations Daniel!


Keyton Clayson wins Louise B. Vetter award

Keyton Clayson wins Louise B. Vetter award Our student Keyton Clayson has won the Louise B. Vetter award. The two annual winners of this award are chosen from the already very select group of Presidential Fellowship awardees and thus represent the top graduate researchers at OSU. Congratulations to Keyton and his mentor Jun Liu.


Keyton Clayson wins Presidential Fellowship

Keyton Clayson wins Presidential Fellowship Keyton Clayson is one of the Autumn 2018 OSU Presidential Fellowship winners. This fellowship provides one full year of support for the final year of a graduate student and is competitively awarded by the OSU graduate school among all graduate programs based on the academic achievements of the applicants. Usually, only approximately 15 of these fellowships are awarded in every competition which takes places twice a year.


Max Westphal wins a Pelotonia fellowship

Max Westphal wins a Pelotonia fellowship Max Westphal was selected competitively as one of the 2018 Pelotonia Graduate Fellows for his research on improved approaches for cancer X ray treatments. The Pelotonia Fellowship will cover his stipend and tuition for two years.


Jack Wellmerling is awarded a Cure CF Columbus training grant

Jack Wellmerling is awarded a Cure CF Columbus training grant Jack Wellmerling was awarded a $5000 first phase training grant by the newly established cystic fibrosis center between OSU and Nationwide Childrens, Cure CF Columbus. This grant will allow him to collect preliminary data for a second phase submission in October.


Meng Zhang publishes in Science

Meng Zhang publishes in Science One of our recent graduates, Meng Zhang, and her advisor Dongping Zhong just published her thesis work on characterizing the electron-transfer pathways in DNA photolyases in Science.


May 18, 2016 - 10th Annual IGP Symposium May 18th

LIFE SCIENCES IGP SYMPOSIUM
THE OHIO UNION
May 18, 2016

The 10th Annual IGP Symposium showcases the research of students belonging to the Life Sciences Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs: Biophysics; Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB); Neuroscience (NGP); and Ohio State Biochemistry Program (OSBP). Like past symposia, this year’s event involves the entire life sciences community at The Ohio State University, and is intended to provide opportunities to renew connections, forge new ones, and witness the great science being done by our outstanding students.

Additional information available at: http://bioserv.mps.ohio-state.edu/igpsymp/2016/


Apr 15, 2016 - Insiya Fidai recipient of 2016 Outstanding Biophysics Student Award

Apr 15, 2016 - Insiya Fidai recipient of 2016 Outstanding Biophysics Student Award Insiya Fidai was awarded the 2016 Outstanding Biophysics Student Award at the Robert Ross Lecture.


Insiya Fidai wins Graduate Associate Teaching Award

Insiya Fidai wins Graduate Associate Teaching Award Biophysics student Insiya Fidai is one of the winners of the 2016 Graduate Associate Teaching Award. Every year the graduate school gives out only a handful of those awards, which are selected based on the ability of the nominees to facilitate student learning and to reflect, evaluate, and improve their own teaching


Feb 27, 2016 - Jenny Le Biophysics Society Travel Award Receipient

Jenny Le has won the travel a travel award to attend the Biophysical Society’s 60th Annual Meeting at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California, February 27-March 2, 2016.


May 27, 2015 - IGP Symposium May 27, 2015


LIFE SCIENCES IGP SYMPOSIUM
THE OHIO UNION
May 27, 2015

The 9th Annual IGP Symposium showcases the research of students belonging to the Life Sciences Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs: Biophysics; Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology (MCDB); Neuroscience (NGP); and Ohio State Biochemistry Program (OSBP). Like past symposia, this year’s event involves the entire life sciences community at The Ohio State University, and is intended to provide opportunities to renew connections, forge new ones, and witness the great science being done by our outstanding students.

Additional information available at: http://bioserv.mps.ohio-state.edu/igpsymp/2015/index.php.






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