IALS Translational Graduate Student Fellowship

 

IALS has selected two cohorts of one-year translational Graduate Student Fellowships. All fellowships are sponsored by IALS and the research centers.

The funding is earmarked for the most successful, relevant translational research projects from domestic or international graduate students. And is awarded as a one-year working fellowship for up to 20 hours per week.

We define translational research as work that aims to inform or to develop product candidates, technologies, and services that deliver benefits to human health and well-being.


Fall 2024-Summer 2025

Center for Bioactive Delivery

  • Auden Balouch-Biomedical Engineering (Donahue lab)
  • Yagiz Anil Cicek-Chemistry (Rotello lab)
  • Jingyi Qiu-Chemistry (Thayumanavan lab)

Center for Personalized Health Monitoring

  • Kaushal Sumaria-Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (Liu lab)
  • Paul McDonnell-Kinesiology (Martini lab)

Models to Medicine Center

  • Hannah Cournoyer-Psychological & Brain Sciences (Lacreuse lab)
  • Jay English-Biology (Pak lab)
  • Daniil Ivanov-Chemistry (Kaltashov lab)

Spring 2024-Fall 2024

Center for Bioactive Delivery

  • Maharshi Debnath -Chemical Engineering (Kulkarni lab)
  • Sparsh Makhaik-Chemistry (Hardy lab)

Center for Personalized Health Monitoring

  • Vibha Balaji-Biomedical Engineering (Dutta lab)
  • Ross Brancati-Kinesiology (Boyer lab)
  • Rajagopalan Raghuraman-Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (Srimathveeravalli lab)
  • Meysam Safarzadeh-Mechanical & Industrial Engineering (Du lab)

Models to Medicine Center

  • Xinjian Doris He-Veterinary & Animal Sciences (Mager lab)
  • Griffin Kane-Biomedical Engineering (Atukorale lab)

Funding was provided by IALS, the Center for Bioactive Delivery, the Center for Personalized Health Montoring and the Models to Medicine Center.