RESEARCH MINI-FELLOWSHIP GRANT

SFRBM is pleased to announce the 2016 Research Mini-Fellowship Grant which will
provide additional research training opportunities for young investigators in the fields of
free radical chemistry, redox biology and antioxidants that are not available at their home
institution. The program allows young investigators to cultivate collaborative relationships
with established scientists, develop novel techniques or methodologies and expand their
career development and research opportunities.

First Cycle 2016

Research Mini-Fellowship Grant Recipients Named

Michael Price
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Research: LC-MS Identification of S-Nitrosylation
Training Site: Sanford-Burnham-Prebys Medical Discovery Institute at Lake Nona
Mentor: Shi-Jian Ding
Amount Funded: $2,500

 

 

Andrew Wommack
High Point University
Research: Synthetic Methodology Development and Redox Potential Characterization
Training Site: Wake Forest School of Medicine
Mentor: Leslie B. Poole
Amount Funded: $2,500

 

 


Objectives

  • Provide additional research training opportunities for young investigators in the field of free radical biology that are not available at their home institution.
  • Cultivate collaborative relationships between established scientists and development of novel techniques or methodologies at applicant’s home institution.
  • Promote career development and research opportunities for young investigators.


If you have any questions, please contact SFRBM at (317) 205-9482 or via email at info@sfrbm.org.

 

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