CBIS NIH Training Program
CBIS Students

NIH Training Program Publications and Awards

Publications

Rensselaer NIH NIGMS Predoctoral Fellows claim an average of 4.8 publications per student upon graduation as of 2016.

Example Publications:

Awards

Examples of Fellowships & Awards received by Rensselaer's NIH Training Program Graduates:

  • Randy Ashton
    • NIH Postdoctoral Fellow
    • National Heart Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI), 2009
    • California Institute for Regenerative Medicine (CIRM) Postdoctoral Fellow, 2008
  • Lamya Karim
    • Harvard Catalyst Early Clinical Data Support for Grant Submissions (2015-2016)

      Title: Bone Quality Deficits in Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus

      Summary: The goal of this project is to determine the biomechanical mechanisms of diabetic skeletal fragility, and to collect preliminary data to support an NIH K01 application.

      (NIH-NCRR and NIH-NCATS Award UL1TR001102; Role: PI)


       
    • Translational Research in Aging Program Post-Doctoral Training Grant (2012-2014)

      Title: Effect of Bone Quality on Bone Mechanical Properties as Determined by a Novel Microindentation Approach


      Summary: The goal of this project was to determine the efficacy of a novel reference point indentation approach to assess the impact of bone matrix alterations on bone mechanical properties.

      (NIH-NIA NRSA Award T32AG023480; Role: trainee)