GSBS Congratulates New NIH Fellowship Recipients
Two new NIH fellowships have been awarded to our students.
David Giacalone, a PhD student in the Molecular Microbiology program received a new NIH F31 fellowship award titled “Unraveling the role of an essential two-component system in Mycobacterium tuberculosis ionic signal response and host colonization”. Daivd is completing his thesis work with Shumin Tan, PhD.
Zemplen Pataki, an MD/PhD student in the Molecular Microbiology program received a new NIH F30 fellowship titled “Roles of the cytoplasmic domains of the HSV-1 glycoproteins gH and gB in membrane fusion”. Zemplen is completing his thesis work with Katya Heldwein, PhD.