Ellysa Vogt is a graduate student in the Genetics and Molecular Biology (GMB) curriculum and a member of the Amy Gladfelter laboratory, where she studies the structural and functional plasticity of the septin cytoskeleton in an extremophile black yeast.
Congratulations to Ellysa Vogt on being awarded Graduate Diversity Enrichment Program grant from Burroughs Wellcome Fund. The GDEP is a two-year grant to underrepresented minority PhD students enrolled in NC Institutions of Higher Education. The Graduate Diversity Enrichment Program (GDEP) Award is highly competitive. The Burroughs Wellcome Fund will provide $5,000 over two years to afford Ellysa opportunities for greater science and research enrichment experiences. Congratulations!