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Seth Margolis, Shigeki Watanabe and graduate student Chelsy Eddings were chosen for a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Gilliam Fellowship. The fellowship recognizes dissertation advisers who are committed to creating healthy learning environments and their graduate students who show leadership strength. As part of the Watanabe Lab, Eddings studies protein homeostasis and neurodegeneration. Read more.
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Congratulations to postdoctoral student Nathan Zaidman for receiving an inaugural Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine postdoctoral research accelerator award. The award is given by the school of medicine’s vice dean for education and associate dean for postdoctoral affairs to postdoctoral researchers who have made impactful contributions. As a researcher at the Pluznick Lab, Zaidman studies how irregular protein receptors affect the kidneys. 

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