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American Association of Anatomists 2014 award winners
Date:4/15/2014

lead a lecture, 30 Minutes: Integrating Imaging, Cell and Developmental Biology with Teaching and Service, on Tuesday, April 29th at the San Diego Convention Center during the 2014 Annual Meeting at EB.

Basmajian Award: Rebecca Pratt, PhD, of Michigan State University, College of Medicine, will be honored for her excellence in teaching gross anatomy and her accomplishments in biomedical research and scholarship in education. She will be presented with a plaque and a $1,000 honorarium.

Postdoctoral Fellowship Awards: Foteini Hassiotou, PhD, of the University of Western Australia, School of Chemistry and Biochemistry; Caleb Bailey, PhD, of the Stowers Institute for Medical Research and Eric Van Otterloo, PhD, of the University of Colorado, School of Dentistry, will each be honored with a fellowship of $20,000, plus travel support to the 2015 Annual Meeting. This fellowship is intended to provide salary support to the recipients.

Keith & Marion Moore Young Anatomists Publications Award: Janine Ziermann, PhD, of Howard University, College of Medicine, will receive a $500 honorarium and $500 in travel support to the Annual Meeting. She is being recognized for having the best publication by a young anatomist in our society's journal The Anatomical Record.


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Contact: Donovan Fox
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301-634-7906
American Association of Anatomists
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