Lawrence L. Rudel Most Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Lipid Sciences
Dr. Lawrence L. Rudel
The Lawrence L. Rudel Most Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Lipid Sciences will be given each year to the most productive and promising Molecular Pathology graduate student(s). Each winner receives a $200 "book or research" fund to further their studies. Winners' names will be added each year to a plaque in the department.
Each winner must be actively conducting research in a laboratory affiliated with the Molecular Pathology Program. Winners will be chosen based on Publication and Research Presentation productivity as well as grant writing success and enthusiastic participation in departmental activities.
The winner of this award is announced at the Lipid Sciences Journal Club each spring.
Kelly E. Ethun, DVM PhD (left) and Caleb C. Lord were awarded the 2012 Lawrence L. Rudel Most Outstanding Graduate Student Award in Molecular Pathology on May 18, 2012.