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MARC travel awards announced for EB 2013
Date:3/29/2013

nia State University [ASN Member]
Sarah Owusu, Pennsylvania State University [ASN Member]
Giselle Pereira Pignotti, Arizona State University [ASN Member]
Nancy Rivera, University of California, Davis [ASN Member]
Elkhansa Sidahmed, University of Michigan [ASN Member]
Fred Tabung, University of South Carolina [ASN Member]
Breanne Wright, Purdue University [ASN Member]

American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics/FASEB
POSTER/ORAL PRESENTERS

Ekue Adamah-Biassi, University of Buffalo, SUNY [ASPET member]
Garrett Ainslie, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill [ASPET member]
Andrea Boyd Tressler, Case Western Reserve University [ASPET member]
Alex Brewer-III, Baylor College of Medicine [ASPET member]
Brittany Butler, University of Florida [ASPET member]
Lincoln Edwards, Loma Linda University [ASPET member]
Antentor Hinton, Baylor College of Medicine [ASPET member]
Erin Jackson, University of Florida [ASPET member]
Olubukola Kalejaiye, Howard University [ASPET member]
Armando Larraga, University of California, Irvine [ASPET member]
LeeCole Legette, Oregon State University [ASPET member]
Kellianne Richardson, Virginia Commonwealth University [ASPET member]
Katherine Serafine, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio [ASPET member]
Edwin Squirewell, University of Iowa [ASPET member]
MaKendra Umstead, Emory University [ASPET member]
Camille Webster, Florida A & M University [ASPET member]
Shannan White, Howard University [ASPET member]

POSTER/ORAL PRESENTERS (FASEB MARC PROGRAM)

Sherry Adesina, Emory University
Mustafa Al-Rubaiee, Howard University
David Anguiano, Texas State University San Marcos [ASBMB member]
Adrian Chavez, Arizona State University [ASN member]
Gina Danielson, University of Minnesota
Kwame Doh, Howard University College of Medic
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Contact: Gail Pinder
gpinder@faseb.org
301-634-7021
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
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