Cassandra Wolsh Receives Neuroscience T32 award
Cassandra Wolsh, a second-year student in the Neuroscience discipline of the Integrated Biomedical Sciences program is one of the recipients of the Neuroscience T32 award.
The T32 award is an award given by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke to enable institutions to recruit individuals selected by the program leadership for advanced research training of predoctoral students and postdoctoral fellows in an area of neuroscience. The PI on the grant is Dr. David Morilak.
“The T32 award is a great opportunity for me to develop my research skills and academic career. This award will help me to heavily engage in cutting-edge neuroscience research,” she said. “And it will help me to share my science and develop national recognition at conferences.”