Jul 16, 2013

IMS Laha and Travel Awards 2013

The IMS provides funds for new researchers to travel to attend IMS meetings. This year four Laha Travel Awards were made, and 12 IMS Travel Awards, helping 16 new researchers to travel to the JSM. If you see them there, say congratulations to them! The recipients are:

IMS Laha Awards:
Qiurong Cui, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Tracy Ke, Princeton University
Xinyi (Cindy) Lin, Harvard University
Semhar Michael, University of Alabama

IMS Travel Awards:
Marcel Carcea, The University of Texas at Dallas
Yumou Qiu, Iowa State University
Zhao Ren, Yale University
Yeonwoo Rho, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Seung Jun Shin, North Carolina State University
Sunyoung Shin, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Tamar Sofer, Harvard School of Public Health
Wei Sun, Purdue University
Shanshan Wang, The University of Texas at Dallas
Yin Xia, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Yao Yu, University of Rochester Medical Center
Jingfei Zhang, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

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