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FASEB MARC program announces the travel award recipients for the 2011 Leadership Development and Grant Writing Seminar for graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and new assistant professors
Date:8/11/2011

Bethesda, MD FASEB MARC Program has announced the travel award recipients for the 2011 Leadership Development and Grant Writing Seminar Program in Virginia Beach, VA from August 26-27, 2011. These awards are meant to support the participation, grant writing skill development and leadership training of graduate students, postdoctoral fellows and new assistant professors from underrepresented groups.

This year FASEB MARC conferred 37 travel awards totaling $ 61,050.

Amma Addai, Meharry Medical College
Davies Agyekum, Georgia Health Sciences University [APS]
Erika Alexander, Brown University
Ruben Almaraz, Johns Hopkins University
Prince Awuah, University of Pittsburgh [ASIP]
Timothy Barnes, University of South Carolina
Michelle Cardel, University of Alabama/Birmingham [ASN]
Emilee Coln, University of Puerto Rico-Medical Sciences Campus [ISCB]
Brittny Davis, UMBS [The Protein Society]
Sarah Deemer, Colorado State University [ACSM]
Lisa Del Valle, University of Puerto Rico [APS]
Lauren Graham, University of Pennsylvania
Frederick Gregory, University of Iowa
Ashley Guillory, University of Houston [ASPET]
Brandon Hollis, Louisiana State University [ACSM]
Amanda M. James, University of Alabama/Birmingham
Felicia Jefferson, Morehouse School of Medicine
Candice Johnson, Meharry Medical College [AAI]
Christina Johnson, Howard University
Yava Jones, Purdue University
Samira Jones, UC Davis Health Systems [ASN]
Michelle Juarez, University of California, San Diego [SDB]
Dominick Lemas, University of Alaska Fairbanks
Alrena Lightbourn, Florida A&M University [ASPET]
Rafael Luna, Harvard Medical School
Lantz Mackey, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill [ASIP]
Lorena Martin, University of Miami
Diana Obanda, Pennington Biomedical Research
Tiffany Oliver, Spelman College [ASHG]
Vivian Padin-Irizarry, U
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