Jasmine receives an NIAID F30 fellowship

Graduate student Jasmine Tuazon was awarded an NIH/NIAID Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research service F30 fellowship (impact score 10, percentile 2)! This award will be used to fund the remainder of her Ph.D. research studying Eos-STAT5 phosphorylation mechanisms in T cells, followed by a portion of her Med 3 year upon returning to medical school in 2024. Congratulations, Jasmine!

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