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        Winners of the Joy Cappel 2014 Young Investigator Award


Congratulations to the Winners of the Joy Cappel 2014 Young Investigator Award!

 

Winners have been selected based on their commitment and contributions to innovative and collaborative scientific achievements and advances in the life sciences. This award is intended to foster research conducted by promising post-doctoral fellows, graduate students or young investigators performing research in areas of oncology, nuclear signaling, developmental biology, epigenetics, immunology, microbiology, neuroscience, signal transduction or stem cell technology. 

 

Each award is in the form of a $4,000 credit for polyclonal antibody development and related services provided by Rockland. Winners will work directly with Rockland staff to initiate antibody development activities. Winners of the Joy Cappel 2014 Young Investigator Award will be announced and posted here throughout the year. We encourage everyone to enter the application process by submitting their information here.

 

 

 Name    

Research Facility

Area of Interest    

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Parham Ramezani

Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute

Cancer Research

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Feng He

UC San Diego

Cancer Research

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Chris Oberley

University of Wisconsin-Madison

Cancer Research

Jeffery Kim Jeffrey Kim

Dr. Anthony Volpe Research Center

Stem Cell Research

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Morehouse School of Medicine

Infectious Diseases

Colin Reily Colin Reily

University of Alabama at Birmingham

Immunology Research

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University of Michigan

Neuroscience

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UC San Francisco

Stem Cell Research

 

We will post more winners of the award as they are chosen. Check back soon!

 

 

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