College of Biomedical Sciences and Health Professions would
like to acknowledge our remarkable students accomplishments. Keep up the good work!
Brandon G. Muniz, our BMED student, is granted an “Undergraduate Summer Research Fellowship 2014” from The American Physiological Society. The APS Career Opportunities in Physiology Committee received 113 applications nationwide, and 24 awardees are selected. Brandon is one of those 24 out of 113 applicants. This fellowship pays $4000 for a 10-week of supervised lab research and a travel support for the annual meeting for The Experimental Biology, which will be held in Boston in the spring of 2015. Brandon will be spending 10 summer weeks in Dr. Isokawa’s lab working on the cellular mechanism of the NMDA receptor subunit phosphorylation in the septo-hippocampal pathways in the rat brain.