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Deborah Ossip Recognized for Outstanding Research on Nicotine & Tobacco

Deborah Ossip Recognized for Outstanding Research on Nicotine & Tobacco

Deborah J. Ossip, Ph.D., is among the 2017 Fellows of the Society for Research on Nicotine & Tobacco. Ossip has studied tobacco use and cessation since 1980 and conducted one of the original trials that led to the national Quitline, a toll-free tobacco cessation service.  

UR CTSI Population Health Postdoc Receives Award for Obesity Research

UR CTSI Population Health Postdoc Receives Award for Obesity Research

Congratulations to the UR CTSI’s first Population Health postdoctoral fellow, Ying Meng, Ph.D., R.N., on taking home the top award for a poster competition at the Obesity Society’s Annual Scientific Meeting in early November. Meng’s award-winning poster focused on how genes and diet work together to influence weight gain during pregnancy.

John Cullen Appointed to Leadership Role in AAMC's Group on Women in Medicine and Science

John Cullen Appointed to Leadership Role in AAMC's Group on Women in Medicine and Science

As the new issue-based representative of the Group on Women in Medicine and Science steering committee, Cullen will contribute unique perspectives on male allyship and increasing support for female biomedical researchers.

TBS Graduate Student Receives Young Investigator Award

TBS Graduate Student Receives Young Investigator Award

TBS student Elizabeth “Libby” Saionz recently received an Optical Society of America Young Investigator Award for presenting her research showing that starting visual training sooner rather than later can help stroke patients regain more vision, more quickly.

Arthur Moss Receives Pioneer Award from the Heart Rhythm Society

Arthur Moss Receives Pioneer Award from the Heart Rhythm Society

The Heart Rhythm Society honored Arthur J. Moss, M.D., the Bradford C. Berk, M.D., Ph.D. Distinguished Professor in the Department of Medicine at URMC at their 38th Annual Scientific Sessions. Moss is an internationally recognized expert in the field of electrophysiology and has been an invaluable mentor for several students and early career faculty in CTSI-sponsored programs.

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