News and Events Overview

Joe McPherson

Two-year training opportunity, funded by the National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS), integrates a mentored full-time research experience and an individualized curriculum.

Caitlin Lichtenfels

PhD candidate Caitlin Lichtenfels has researched cell-based drug delivery, received an award for her community outreach, and earned fellowships for her success in the medicinal chemistry department. But when she was little, she had no plans to be a scientist— she didn’t think she was smart enough. She grew up dealing with significant medical issues in her adolescence— trigeminal neuralgia and hemiplegic migraines— and struggled to engage in high school because of it.

Kate Kostenkova

The 2024 CAS Future Leaders cohort includes talented early-career scientists from 13 countries.

Moyosore Orimoloye

Orimoloye is a PhD candidate in Prof. Courtney Aldrich's laboratory.

Caitlin Lichtenfels

Lichtenfels received the fellowship through the graduate school's endowed fellowship program.