The Harold M. Weintraub Graduate Student Award recognizes outstanding achievment during graduate studies in the biological sciences.
Fred Hutch established this annual award to honor the bold, creative, pioneering spirit embodied by Hal Weintraub. Weintraub also earned deep respect and admiration as a caring mentor and supportive colleague.
Nominations are accepted annually between October 1 and December 15.
Awardees will participate in a scientific symposium honoring Weintraub and his commitment to innovative science. The award symposium will take place May 1, 2020, at Fred Hutch's Robert W. Day Campus. The symposium will consist of scientific presentations by the graduate student awardees and informal gatherings of students and faculty.
A committee consisting of Fred Hutch faculty and students will select up to twelve awardees from the nominations on the basis of quality, originality, and scientific significance, as well as to represent a diverse range of research topics. Expenses will be covered by The Fred Hutch Weintraub and Groudine Fund, established to foster intellectual exchange through the promotion of programs for graduate students, fellows and visiting scholars.
Only one nomination may be submitted per department or program.
Since the awardees will present their thesis work at the Weintraub Symposium, we envision them as advanced students near the completion of their studies. Ideally, students should not have completed their thesis before September 2019. However, due to differences in research topics and programs, the most qualified students may have already completed their thesis.
The Selection Committee will notify all nominees about their status by February 28, 2020.
Please address questions regarding this award or the symposium to Susan Parkhurst.
Deadline for 2020 nominations is Dec 15, 2019.
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William Allen, Stanford University
Adair Borges, University of California, San Francisco
Ava Carter, Stanford School of Medicine
Yiming Chen, University of California, San Francisco
Adam Dingens, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Kiara Eldred, Johns Hopkins University
Courtney Ellison, Indiana University
Bramwell Lambrus, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
Daniel Montoro, Harvard Medical School
Sofia Quinodoz, California Institute of Technology
Alexandra Walls, University of Washington
Greg Wyant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stephen Zhang, Harvard Medical School
Nicholas Bodnar, Harvard Medical School • James Byers, Stanford University • Lillian Cohn, The Rockefeller University • Eric Dang, University of California, San Francisco • Fahim Farzadfard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Danielle Grotjahn, Scripps Research Institute • Kamena Kostova, University of California, San Francisco • Adam Larson, University of California, San Francisco • Jackson Liang, Stanford University • Claudio Morales-Pérez, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center • Annika Nichols, Institute of Molecular Pathology, Vienna • Niladri Sinha, University of Utah • Katherine Xue, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Thomas Bartlett, Princeton University • Lynne Chantranupong, Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Raphael Cohn, The Rockefeller University • Kelsie Eichel, University of California, San Francisco • Qing Feng, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Cent • Isha Jain, Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Daniel Lin, California Institute of Technology • Lucy Liu, Baylor College of Medicine • Siew Cheng Phua, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine • Dheeraj Roy, Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Sukrit Silas, Stanford University • Christoph Thaiss, Weizmann Institute • Candice Yip, Harvard Medical School
Corina Antal, University of California, San Diego • Ryan Flynn, Stanford University • Alexander Gitlin, The Rockefeller University • Wenyan Jiang, The Rockefeller University • Emily Maclary, University of Michigan • Kara McKinley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology • James Nunez, University of California, Berkeley • Deepshika Ramanan, Sackler Institute of Graduate Biomedical Sciences • Matthew Snyder, University of Washington • Trevor Sorrells, University of California, San Francisco • Tim Wang, Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Kevin Yackle, Stanford University
Ludmil Alexandrov, University of Cambridge • Christopher Cambier, University of Washington • Scott Coyle, University of California, San Francisco • James Dahlman, Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Julia Goodrich, Cornell University • Silvana Konermann, Massachusetts Institute of Technology • Kyle Loh, Stanford University • Nitobe London, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center • Ian Peikon, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory • Sylvia Rouskin, University of California, San Francisco • Samuel Sternberg, University of California, Berkeley • Benjamin Vernot, University of Washington • Shifeng Xue, Stanford University