Interdisciplinary NIH Training Program in Transplantation Biology
The purpose of this unique, NIH-supported interdisciplinary training program in transplantation biology is to train future leaders in transplantation research. Training positions for pre-doctoral graduate students (PhD or MD/PhD candidates) and for post-doctoral fellows (PhDs, MDs, MD/PhDs and VDMs) are available. Candidates for support from the institutional NIH T32 training grant must be US citizens or permanent residents.
Inquiries concerning the application process should be made to the Transplantation Biology Training Program Director, Angus W. Thomson, PhD, DSc at firstname.lastname@example.org or 412-624-6392.
Current Pre-Doctoral Students
Elizabeth (Lizzy) R. Bentley – Graduate Student/PhD Candidate, Bioengineering – Dr. Steven Little’s Lab
Jordan Warunek – Graduate Student/PhD Candidate, Microbiology and Immunology – Dr. Heth Turnquist’s Lab
Current Post-Doctoral Scholars
Dr. Russsell C. Levack – Dr. Mark Shlomchik’s Lab
Dr. Veronica Sola-Morabito – Dr. David Rothstein’s Lab