(Back row, left to right) Vanu Bose, ’87, SM ’94, PhD ’99, son of Amar Bose; Earl Miller, the Picower Professor of Neuroscience; Jeff Grossman, an associate professor of materials science and engineering; Janet Conrad, a professor of physics; Alan Oppenheim, the Ford Professor of Engineering; and President L. Rafael Reif; and (front row, left to right) Joel Voldman, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science; Gabriel Bousquet, a PhD student in mechanical engineering; and Nicola Ferralis, a research scientist for materials science and engineering.
Bose grants reward risk. Five innovative, high-risk projects launch with support from Prof. Amar G. Bose Research Grants.
Bose grants reward risk
Five innovative, high-risk projects launch with support from Prof. Amar G. Bose Research Grants
Miller Lab Alumnus Tim Buschman is one of the winners of the NIH Director’s New Innovator Award.
According to the NIH website: The award “is designed specifically to support unusually creative new investigators with highly innovative research ideas at an early stage of their career when they may lack the preliminary data required for an R01 grant.”
We couldn’t be prouder of him if we were a Little Lebowski Urban Achiever.
It was a good week for Miller Lab alumnus David J. Freedman (now a professor at University of Chicago).
Dave won the Distinguished Investigator Award in the Biological Sciences at The University of Chicago (http://www.freedmanlab.org/), was elected to the International Neuropsychological Symposium (INS History), and his band FuzZz had a CD release party.
When you’re hot, you’re hot.