Aashish Jha was recently selected to receive a predoctoral fellowship from the University of Chicago

IGSB graduate student, Aashish Jha, in Kevin White?s lab, was recently selected to receive a predoctoral fellowship from the University of Chicago?s Center for Systems Biology of Oxygen Sensing.  An Institutional Training Grant, “Training in O2 Biology in Health & Disease,” will support his research training. This award is based on Aashish Jha?s academic record, scienti?c performance in the lab, and relevance of his thesis project to the ?eld of oxygen biology.


Aashish Jha en route to collect ?ies in the Himalayas to investigate their molecular evolution under low oxygen conditions.

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