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Alaska neuroscientist receives national mentor award
Date:6/16/2014

al research," said Paul Layer, dean of the UAF College of Natural Science and Mathematics. "She fosters a sense of community for her students both inside and outside the lab."

Many of the students who worked with Kelly went on to graduate school and medical school and beyond. Former student Alison Kelliher, earned her M.D. and tribal healer status and is now a family practice physician in Anchorage, Alaska. UAF alumna, Adrienne Orr, who earned her Ph.D. from Stanford, is now a research and development project manager and Nikoosh Carlo, who earned her Ph.D. from the University of California San Diego, is now the director of the Alaska Arctic Policy Commission.

"I really appreciate our UAF students, they're real, they're not mainstream and they think not just outside the box but within a different box," said Drew. "Diversity in our student community leads to a diversity of scientists and that diversity leads to better scientific discoveries."


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Contact: Marie Thoms
methoms@alaska.edu
907-474-7412
University of Alaska Fairbanks
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