CBIS NIH Training Program

NIH Training Program Publications and Awards


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

Example Publications:


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)