Bill Sykes Scholars Program

A unique environment for graduate training in pathobiology and translational science...

 

Bill Sykes Scholarship in Pathobiology and Translational Science

 

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Nobuyo N. Maeda, Ph.D.
Robert H. Wagner Distinguished Professor of Pathology
and Laboratory Medicine
Oliver Smithies, D.Phil.
Weatherspoon Eminent Distinguished Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine

    

     The Bill Sykes Scholars Program in Pathobiology and Translational Science was established by Dr. Nobuyo Maeda and Dr. Oliver Smithies in memory of Dr. Smithies parents to support the training of exceptional graduate students in Pathobiology and Translational Science during their first year. Dr. Smithies' Father's name was Bill and his Mother's maiden name was Sykes. The funds to support this scholarship are derived from several patents that are held by Drs. Maeda and Smithies. These patents are related to technology for genetically manipulating mice, for which Dr. Smithies was awarded the 2007 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine. All applicants to the Pathobiology and Translational Science Ph.D. program will be considered for this distinction.

 

2015 Bill Sykes Scholars in Pathobiology and Translational Science

 

Vaseghi   Zhu

    Haley Vaseghi, B.S.        Qiang Zhu, M.D., M.S. 


Past Bill Sykes Scholars in Pathobiology and Translational Science


Rachel Dee, B.S.
Bill Sykes Scholar in Pathobiology and Translational Science, 2014

Rupan Sandhu, Ph.D.
Bill Sykes Scholar in Pathobiology and Translational Science, 2006

Char Nevus, Ph.D.
Bill Sykes Scholar in Pathobiology and Translational Science, 2003

Tom Mullen, Ph.D.
Bill Sykes Scholar in Pathobiology and Translational Science, 2002

Lea Beaulieu, Ph.D.
Bill Sykes Scholar in Pathobiology and Translational Science, 2001

Alice Yamada, Ph.D.
Bill Sykes Scholar in Pathobiology and Translational Science, 1998


 

Pathobiology and Translational Science Graduate Program