Dwayne W. Godwin, PhD

Awards


  • McKnight Foundation "Technological Innovations in Neuroscience" Award
  • WFU "New Investigator" Award
  • WFU Student Government Association "Graduate Faculty Excellence" Award
  • "Outstanding Alumni Award", University of Alabama Birmingham
  • NSF/Science Magazine  "International Science and Engineer Visualization Challenge"

I’m very proud of the many awards won by my trainees:

  • 2000, Nuwan Kurukulasuriya, Society for Neuroscience Graduate Travel Award, SFN
  • 2000, Nuwan Kurukulasuriya, Western North Carolina SFN Poster contest, 1st place
  • 2000, Nuwan Kurukulasuriya, Society for Neurochemistry Travel Award
  • 2000, Anita McCauley, Assoc. Neurosci. Depts. & Programs. graduate fellow
  • 2000, Anita McCauley, Western North Carolina SFN Poster contest, 1st place
  • 2001, Nuwan Kurukulasuriya, Norman Sulkin Award, Dept. Neurobiology and Anatomy
  • 2002, Georgia Alexander, Western North Carolina SFN Poster contest, 1st place
  • 2002, Anita McCauley, Outstanding Doctoral Student Award,  Wake Forest University
  • 2003, Georgia Alexander, International travel award - 6th annual IBRO meeting - Prague
  • 2003, Tiffany Fisher, NEURON summer course
  • 2004, Georgia Alexander, Travel Award to Society for Neuroscience meeting, Fine Science Tools
  • 2004, Tiffany Fisher, 1st place summer tutorial, interdisciplinary program
  • 2004, Tiffany Fisher, Ion Channel Summer Course, Cold Spring Harbor Labs (competitive admission)
  • 2005, Georgia Alexander, Norman Sulkin Award, Department of Neurobiology and Anatomy
  • 2006, Georgia Alexander, Outstanding Doctoral Student Award,  Wake Forest University
  • 2006, John Graef, Travel Award to Society for Neuroscience meeting, Fine Science Tools
  • 2006, Georgia Alexander PhD, Committee for Women in Neuroscience Travel Awardee
  • 2006, Brian K. Nordskog PhD, SFN travel awardee, WNCSFN chapter and national awardee
  • 2008, John Graef, Western North Carolina SFN Poster Contest, 1st Place (student)
  • 2008, Tiffany Huitt, Western North Carolina SFN Poster Contest, 1st Place (postdoc)
  • 2009, John Graef, Lindau Meeting of Nobel Laureates
  • 2009, John Graef, Western North Carolina SFN Poster Contest, 1st Place

Trainee independent funding:

  • 2004-2006, Georgia Alexander (renewed) Sigma Xi: Grant-in-aid
  • 2006-2007, Tiffany Fisher Sigma Xi: Grant-in-aid 

Trainee independent NIH support:

  • Anita McCauley, Individual National Research Service Award, predoctoral, NIMH
  • Georgia Alexander, Individual National Research Award, predoctoral, NINDS, (.4 percentile)
  • Tiffany Fisher, Society for Neuroscience/NIH Individual National Research Service Award, predoctoral
  • Dr. W. Breckinridge Carden, Individual National Research Award, postdoctoral, NIAAA
  • Dr. Brian K. Nordskog, Individual National Research Service Award, postdoctoral, NIAAA
  • Dr. Tiffany Huitt, Individual National Research Service Award, Postdoctoral, NIAAA
  • John Graef, Individual National Research Service Award, predoctoral, NIAAA

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