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Catherine Rivet successfully defends her M.S. thesis "Study of early signaling events in T cell activation enabled through a modular and multi-time point microfluidic device"
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Abby Hill is designated an Undergraduate Research Scholar in IBB. This award is for a full year of undergraduate research and a $4000 summer stipend. Congratulations, Abby!
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11/13/08
Catherine Rivet successfully defends her M.S. thesis "Study of early signaling events in T cell activation enabled through a modular and multi-time point microfluidic device"

10/23/08
Abby Hill is designated an Undergraduate Research Scholar in IBB. This award is for a full year of undergraduate research and a $4000 summer stipend. Congratulations, Abby!

9/5/08
Ted Chen receives a PURA travel award to participate in the BMES annual meeting. Look out, St. Louis!
9/1/08
Our grant on microfluidic devices for assessing T cell functionality (Hang Lu, Melissa Kemp co-PI's) is awarded by the National Cancer Institute's Innovative Technologies for Molecular Analysis of Cancer Progam.

7/30/08
Congratulations to John Vaughns for his Fall 2008 President's Undergraduate Research Award!

6/27/08
Melissa Kemp and Hang Lu receive pilot funding from the Integrative BioSystems Institute

4/1/08
Nnenna Adimora is awarded a NSF Graduate Fellowship. Congratulations, Nnenna!

11/15/07
Congratulations to Karen Shih for her Spring 2007 President's Undergraduate Research Award!

10/31/07
Melissa Kemp is named a Distinguished Cancer Scholar by the Georgia Cancer Coalition

6/25/07
Congratulations to Ted Chen for his Fall 2007 President's Undergraduate Research Award!

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