Awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award from University of South Carolina School of Medicine. Here are photos of the honorees, plus a photo with my advisor, Prof. David Mott.
Awarded the Early Career Policy Fellowship from the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) to promote neuroscience advocacy in New York and New Jersey. As part of this Fellowship, I talked to elected representatives from NY and NJ the importance of science funding.
Received a travel award to attend the Gordon Conferences for ‘Mechanisms in epilepsy and neuronal synchronization’ in Vermont.
Received a travel award from the NYU Comprehensive Epilepsy Center to attend the Partners Against Mortality in Epilepsy (PAME) conference at Minneapolis.
American Epilepsy Society (AES) fellow
Received a travel award to attend the American Epilepsy Society annual conference at Washington, DC
Invited to attend ‘Curing the Epilepsies’ meeting at the National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD
Received an award from Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy (CURE) to attend Festschrift for Dr. Phil Schwartzkroin in Monterrey, CA
Received a travel award to attend the Gordon Conferences for ‘Mechanisms in epilepsy and neuronal synchronization’ in New Hampshire
Received a postdoctoral travel award from the Society of Neuroscience to attend annual conference in Washington, DC
Student representative for the Graduate Committee
President of Medical Graduate Student Association
Received the Dean Barnhardt Award from the University of South Carolina School of Medicine for the graduate student for exceptional devotion to research
Honorable mention at the Newton Symposium at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine for research presentation
Received a graduate student travel award from the Society for Neuroscience to attend the annual conference in Washington, DC
Invited to attend the Gordon Conferences in Maine for "Mechanisms in epilepsy and neuronal synchronization"
Received a travel award and the best poster award from the Southeastern Pharmacology Society to attend the 28th Southeastern Pharmacology Society (SEPS)
Received a travel award from University of South Carolina School of Medicine to attend Society for Neuroscience in Atlanta, GA