Biology, HST, CSBi students awarded HHMI fellowships

August 4, 2011

Four MIT doctoral students nominated by ODGE were among 48 students from 60 research institutions and from 22 countries chosen to receive the International Student Research Fellowship from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI):

  • Carlos Pardo-Martin (Health Sciences and Technology)
  • Jonathan Rameseder (Computational Systems Biology)
  • Ying Qi Shirleen Soh (Biology, Presidential Fellow)
  • Xuebing Wu (Computational Systems Biology)

The HHMI International Student Research Fellowship is highly competitive and supports doctoral students in their 3rd, 4th, and 5th year of graduate school.

Read the HHMI press release:

Congratulations to the winners!

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