Three graduate students from the University of Notre Dame have received fellowships from Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics. Each fellowship recipient will spend their summer conducting research at Notre Dame that aims to combat disease or promote health.
In discussing the fellowships, Paul Bohn, Arthur J. Schmitt Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and director of Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics, said, “There are many ways to foster research across campus, but these summer fellowships allow for the acceleration of student and faculty research, while supporting new and bold ideas with the potential for real-world impact.”
Recipients of Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics summer fellowships are:
The Leiva Graduate Fellowship in Precision Medicine recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding performance or who bring special qualities or abilities to Notre Dame in precision medicine research. To learn more about the fellowship and application requirements, visit advanceddiagnostics.nd.edu/opportunities/leiva-graduate-fellowship-in-precision-medicine/.
The O’Brien Family Endowment for Excellence Fellowship supports efforts to develop biomedical tools and techniques that provide new capabilities to combat a wide range of illnesses and diseases. To learn more about this inaugural fellowship program, visit advanceddiagnostics.nd.edu/opportunities/o-brien-family-endowment-for-excellence-fellowship/.
Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics is a community of affiliated researchers who tackle a wide range of biomedical and environmental health problems – such as sepsis, cancer, influenza, wound healing, drug addiction, mosquito-borne diseases, autism, cystic fibrosis, air pollution, invasive species and many others – through innovation, invention and real-world applications.
Originally published by Brandi Klingerman at advanceddiagnostics.nd.edu on May 23.