Awards and Honors for John C. Chappell

  • Outstanding Trainee Oral Presentation, UNC IVB/MHI Research Symposium, 2011
  • Joseph S. Pagano Award for Best Paper by a Postdoctoral Fellow for 2009, First Place, 2010
  • Keystone Symposia Conference on Angiogenesis in Health and Disease, Travel Scholarship, 2010
  • Gordon Research Conference on Angiogenesis, Poster Presentation Award, 2009
  • University of Virginia Engineering Research Symposium, First Place, 2007
  • Virginia Nanotech Student Presentation Competition (Finalist), 2006
  • Seven Society Graduate Fellowship for Superb Teaching (Finalist), 2002

Awards and Honors for Stephanie DeLuca

  • Outstanding Graduate Student, Developmental Psychology, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2002

Awards and Honors for Michael J. Friedlander

  • First Annual Undergraduate Neuroscience Society Distinguished Scholar Award, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2014
  • AAMC Board of Directors Distinguished Service Member, 2012
  • Wilhelmina Robertson Endowed Chair in Neuroscience, Baylor College of Medicine, 2005
  • Evelyn F. McKnight Professor of Learning and Memory in Aging, University of Alabama at Birmingham, 2004–2005

Awards and Honors for Robert Gourdie

  • Commonwealth Research Commercialization Fund Scholar, beginning 2012
  • Chair, American Heart Association Regenerative Cell Biology review panel, beginning 2010
  • National Institutes of Health CSR College of Reviewers, beginning 2010
  • MUSC Board of Trustees’ Eminent Scholar, 2008–2012
  • Prizewinner, Charleston Business Journal Innovator, 2006
  • National Science Foundation Early Career Scholar, 1998
  • Developing Scholar Award, MUSC Health Sciences Foundation, 1997
  • Basil O’Connor Scholar, March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation, 1996

Awards and Honors for Konark Mukherjee

  • Senior research fellowship, National Institute of Immunology, 1997-2000
  • Junior research fellowship, National Institute of Immunology, 1995-2000
  • Qualified Diplomate National Board (I) for Medical Doctors, 1996
  • Qualified BIOMEET (GATE equivalent) for Medical Doctors, 1994

Awards and Honors for Stephen M. LaConte

  • Dean’s Award for Outstanding New Assistant Professor, Virginia Tech College of Engineering, 2014