M.F.A. student Cherline Bazile recently received a prestigious fellowship as she continues her journey as a first-generation American and a writer.
Epidemiology Ph.D. candidate Hannah Segaloff is aiming to develop a better understanding of predictors for influenza and to assess the effectiveness of vaccines.
Clinical psychology Ph.D. candidate Erica Schulte looks into not only the underlying mechanisms that are similar between eating-related problems and addiction, but also the types of foods that might be especially rewarding or addictive.
Andrew Nelson uses a translational approach to connect science with the human side of research. In Nelson’s case, this means learning more about the underlying causes of psychiatric diseases.