Awards/Honors

Student Awards and Honors 

Lucas BrosterCCTS/SND Poster Award
Travel Award to OHBM 2013
CCTS Funding for dissertation
TL1 Scholarship
F30 Grant Resubmitted
Ben Fowler

 

Presenting his research at the Association of 
University Professors of Ophthamology (AUPO) and
Research to Prevent Blindness (RPB) conference, 2014
Received the Trans YTF travel grant for his poster
presentation at the FEBS workshop on "Molecular
and Cellular Mechanisms in Angigenesis" in Capri, 
Italy, Oct. 14-17, 2012

Eseosa IghodaroNIH pre-doctoral training grant (T32): Cellular and
Molecular Aspects of Brain Aging, University of 
Kentucky, September 2013 – September 2014
Jeremy JohnsonGoldwater Scholar, 2012-2013
Edita Klimyte

Saha Cardiovascular Research Award, 2013
APSA Institutional Travel Award, 2014

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) and Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) attendee at NIH, May 2014

Jacqueline KulbeReceived the Highest Academic Performance in 
Behavioral Basis of Medicine ICM Portfolio Award
from the University of Kentucky, 2013
Evan LynchCo-Author of "Changes in Muscle Fiber Function and
Architecture in Patients with Chronic Rotator Cuff
Tears" which received the 2014 Charles S. Neer
award in the Basic Science Category
Jason Meyer1st place, SELRC Graduate Student Poster, 2011 and 2012
2nd place, UK Biochemistry Graduate Student Poster,
2012
Saha Award for Cardiovascular Research and 
Education, 2012
1st place, Gill Heart Graduate Student Poster, 2012
4th place, Gill Heart Graduate Student Poster, 2013
Alpha Omega Alpha Executive Member, 2014
Greg Wehner3rd place, Gill Heart Cardiovascular Research Day--Poster Competition
Erin Wolf Horrell

South Central Regional MD/PhD Conference, Louisville, KY--Poster Presentation
South East Regional Lipid Conference, Cashiers, NC--Poster Presentation
Experimental Biology, Boston, MA--Podium Presentation

1st prize, Kent Scientific Awards for Trainee highlights in physiological genomics for her oral presentation at Experimental Biology.