Milton B. Wallack Trainee Award for Excellence in Stem Cell & Regenerative Medicine Research:
StemConn 2017 will honor excellence in research conducted by a graduate student trainee through a merit-based award that recognizes highly innovative and important stem cell & regenerative medicine research. The Milton B. Wallack Trainee Award is presented in honor of Dr. Milton Wallack, the founder of the CT Stem Cell Coalition, a longtime member of the CT Stem Cell Research Advisory Committee (SCRAC), and an ardent champion for stem cell research in Connecticut.
The awardee will have the honor of giving a 15 minute podium talk describing their stem cell & regenerative medicine research at StemConn 2017.The awardee will be selected by the StemConn 2017 organizing committee from self-nominations by graduate students at Yale University, Wesleyan University, UConn, and UConn Health.
To self-nominate, send the abstract that is being submitted to StemConn2017 along with two letters of recommendation, your CV, and a 1000-word summary of your research to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 30th. Late submissions will not be considered. One awardee will be notified by April 13th.