IMERS WORKSHOP PARTICIPANT SUCCESS STORIES
Congratulations to Upal Roy, PhD of University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley on receiving an R01, A Targeted Anti-HIV Drug Delivery to the Gut-Associated Lymphoid Tissue (GALT). Learn more about this award here.
Dr. Roy's contact information is available on the University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley's Department of Health & Biomedical Sciences webpage.
Congratulations to Jesse Rungkitwattanakul, PharmD of Howard University on receiving a Rapid Response Research Award titled Characterists and outcomes of HIV-infected patients with COVID-19. Learn more about this award here.
Dr. Rungkitwattanakul's contact information is available on his Howard University, College of Pharmacy faculty profile.
Congratulations to Isar Godreau, PhD of the University of Puerto Rico at Cayey on receiving a U01 titled The University of Puerto Rico at Cayey METAS+: Maintaining, Engaging, and Tracking Alumni in Science and Health Research. Learn more about this award here.
Dr. Godreau's contact information is available on her University of Puerto Rico, Resource Center for Science and Engineering profile page.
IMERS TEAM MEMBERS IN THE NEWS
Congratulations to IMERS faculty mentor Kevin Pearson, PhD for being named the faculty recipient of the Inclusive Excellence Recognition award presented by the University of Kentucky Office for Institutional Diversity.
An article highlighting Dr. Pearson's success can be found here.