Hi everyone and thank you all again for being here. My name is Alyssa Lawler and I am a third year ARCS scholar and PhD student in Andreas Pfenning’s Neurogenomics Laboratory at Carnegie Mellon University. My official affiliation is with the Biological Sciences department, but the work I do spans... Read more
Hi all, I have been speaking to many of the members here for the past 3 years at these various events and I am happy to speak to you all today. I work in Dr. Bryan Brown's lab at the University of Pittsburgh, but my career here did not start... Read more
All of our scholars have “research advisors” with whom they work in areas that eventually become independent Ph.D. research areas for themselves. Thus, our outstanding scholars stand on the shoulders of nationally recognized scientists. Dr. Neeraj Gandhi, Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Pittsburgh Swanson School of Engineering, recently received... Read more
Good evening everyone, and thank you to Kathy and Pam for giving me the opportunity to speak to you about my research and what ARCS support means to me. Over the past two years I have gotten to know many of you, but let me reintroduce myself. I am a... Read more
Good evening. Thank you for the opportunity to speak to you today and thank you to everyone in ARCS for being generous donors, supporting and showing interest in the research we are conducting. I am a third year graduate student at the University of Pittsburgh in the Molecular Genetics and... Read more
Thank you for you the introduction, Dean Deorge, and good evening everyone. My name is Michael Craig. I’m a third-year PhD student here at Carnegie Mellon University in the Engineering and Public Policy Department, which embodies the interdisciplinary spirit of CMU that Dean Deorge talked about. The reason I came... Read more
Ten University of Pittsburgh students and eight alumni were awarded the 2016 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Fourteen Pitt students and 10 alumni received honorable mention. Click on the link to read more.