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Drs. Denisse Parades and Nihal Salem awarded UT Provost's Early Career Fellowship

Congratulations to Dr. Denisse Paredes, postdoc in the Drew lab and Dr. Nihal Salem, postdoc from the Mayfield lab, for being awarded a UT Provost's Early Career Fellowship

The Provost’s Early Career Fellows program supports promising postdoctoral fellows and graduate students from a variety of disciplines and colleges across the university in their pursuit of attaining academic positions at top tier institutions. 

The purpose of this training program is to allow early career researchers to develop and pursue research and teaching topics upon which a future academic career can be built. The program enables fellows to build a network of emerging scholars and benefit from the mentorship of top faculty in their field to facilitate their transition to an independent, tenure-track faculty position.

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