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Oregon Scholars Recognized at OHSU Graduate Studies Awards Ceremony

Posted on Saturday, June 15, 2019

The 2019 OHSU Honors and Awards Ceremony for undergraduate medical education and graduate studies was held on Sunday June 2nd.  ARCS scholars and scholar alumni were well represented among awardees.  Congratulations to all ARCS awardees!

Graduate Student Organization Award (peer nominated)
Exemplary Future Scientist
Alexandra Quackenbush Bartlett, Cancer Biology Graduate Program

School of Medicine Graduate Studies Faculty Awards
Excellence in Teaching Award
Kyle Gallagher, Assistant Professor, Department of Radiation Medicine

3rd Year ARCS Scholars recognized
Sydney Boutros, Behavioral Neuroscience Gradate Program
John Koberstein, Neuroscience Graduate Program
Alexandria Lassetter, Neuroscience Graduate Program
Emily Leff, Neuroscience Graduate Program
Tommy Navis, Behavioral Neuroscience Graduate Program
Alexandra Quackenbush Bartlett, Cancer Biology Graduate Program

National Research Service Awards (NRSA) NIH 
Mollie Marr, Behavioral Neuroscience Graduate Program
“Maternal psychological stress during pregnancy as a key mechanism for the intergenerational transmission of childhood traumatic stress”

Taylor Mighell, Neuroscience Graduate Program
“Massively parallel functional analyses of human PTEN variants”

Paul & Daisy Soros Fellowship for New Americans
Sunil Joshi, 1st recipient of this award at OHSU

Outstanding Journal Article: Translational
Taylor Mighell, Neuroscience Graduate Program
“A Saturation Mutagenesis Approach to Understanding PTEN Lipid Phosphatase Activity and Genotype-Phenotype Relationships”, published in the American Journal of Human Genetics.