GPPS Student Selected for Grant
The Society of Toxicology Awards Committee recently selected Sharavan Ramachandran, a Ph.D. candidate in the School of Pharmacy’s Graduate Program in Pharmaceutical Sciences, to receive the Syngenta Fellowship Grant in Human Health Applications of New Technologies. The award includes $15,000 in fellowship funds that will be presented to Ramachandran March 11-15 at the Society of Toxicology (SOT) Annual Meeting and ToxExpo in San Antonio.
The award also includes a plaque and travel support to attend the SOT Annual Meeting and the Syngenta site where Mr. Ramachandran will present his results. He will also be recognized in the SOT Annual Meeting Publications, including the Preliminary and Final Programs on the SOT Website
Ramachandran works as a research assistant in the Department of Biomedical Sciences laboratory of Dr. Sanjay K. Srivastava, Ph.D.
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