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2016 Herbert C. Cheung, PhD Award in Biochemistry

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Each year, the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences recognizes an outstanding graduate student who demonstrates excellence in biochemistry through the steadfast support of the Herbert C. Cheung, PhD Award in Biochemistry. Dr. Dwayne Godwin, Dean of the Graduate School …

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2016 – 2017 Mike & Lucy Robbins Graduate Scholarship Fund

The Lucy Robbins Fellowship Award was established in the spring of 2005 in memory of Lucy Robbins, the late wife of WFUHS faculty member Dr. Mike Robbins. In 2014 the award was renamed the Mike and Lucy Robbins Graduate Scholarship …

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Graduate Student Research Day

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The WFU Graduate School’s Research Day brings together students and faculty from programs and departments across all schools and colleges of Wake Forest University.

This year the Graduate School will host two Graduate Student Research

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JeromeMcKay: BootlegScientist

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Jerome McKay is a grad student, one of many who pursue an education in the Innovation Quarter. His academic home is nestled among rows of wet lab benches on the second floor of Wake Forest Biotech Place. Like all the …

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Howlett Named Assistant Dean

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I am pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Allyn Howlett, Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology as Assistant Dean in the Graduate School. Dr. Howlett is a professor in the department of Physiology and Pharmacology, and teaches courses in both …

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Dr. Erik Brady Joins the Graduate School Staff

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I am excited to announce the addition of Dr. Erik Brady in a key position in the Graduate School as Director of Graduate Education Programs. This position will include key elements of the traditional role of the registrar as well …

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The 2015 Mike & Lucy Robbins Graduate Scholarship Fund Winner

Matthew C. Walb, PhD Candidate
Department of Physics
Wake Forest University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences

Research Overview:
We are interested in the carcinogenic risks of low dose radiation, specifically on lung tumorigenesis. Motivated by an increase in imaging …

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