Trainee Council

2022 TRAINEE COUNCIL

Responsible for representing trainee members to SfRBM leadership and to facilitate professional development sessions for trainees.

CHAIR

Morgan Foret
McGill University

VICE-CHAIR

Veronica Paviani Sampaio
Northwestern University

SECRETARY

Ethan Ostrom
Northern Arizona University

COUNCIL MEMBER

Nathalia Rocco Machado
NIH/NHLBI

COUNCIL MEMBER

Isabelle Elena Logan
Oregon State University

COUNCIL MEMBER

Maleka Stewart
Saint John's University

TRAINEE COUNCIL ALUMNI

2021 - Jeffrey Stolwijk, Brian Head, Ethan Ostrom, Morgan Foret, Veronica Paviani, Phablo Abreu
2020 - Sophie Maiocchi, Katelyn Dunigan, Maria Fernanda Forni, Jeffrey Stolwijk, Brian Head, Ted Piorczynski
2019 - Archit Rastogi, Laura Corrales-Diaz Pomatto, Madelyn Espinosa-Cotton, Katelyn Dunigan, Maria Fernanda Forni, Sophie Maiocchi
2018 - Andrea Branganza, Ryan Smith, Justin Quiles, Archit Rastogi, Laura Corrales-Diaz Pomatto, Madelyn Espinosa-Cotton
2017 - Kimberly Dunham-Snary, Samantha Giordano, Philip Wages, Andrea Braganza, Ryan Smith, Archit Rastogi
2016 - Samantha Giordano, Edward Moreira-Bahnson, Adam Case, Philip Wages, Kimberly Dunham-Snary
2015 - Adam Case, Samantha Giordano, Edward Moreira-Bahnson, Philip Wages, Kimberly Dunham-Snary, Dave Schnell

RECORDED WEBINARS

Challenges in Grad School Panel Event
July 2021
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Regulation of the Antiviral Response:
Are Reactive Oxygen Species Friends or Foes?

Nathalie Grandvaux, Ph.D. - October 2020
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Fighting Drug Resistance with Radicals:
Targeting the Lysosome to Design Anti-Cancer Drugs.

Des R. Richardson, Ph.D. - July 2018
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How Heme is Wreaking Havoc in Disease
Rakesh Patel, Ph.D. - July 2017
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Nitrotyrosine: To Die or Not to Die
Alvaro Estevez, Ph.D. - May 2016
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The State of the PhD: Exploring Careers Beyond the Professoriate
Laurence Frabottta, Ph.D. - October 2014
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MENTORING EXCELLENCE AWARD

The SfRBM Mentoring Excellence Award will recognize outstanding mentorship provided by a current member of the SfRBM. The award recipient could be a junior, mid-career or senior principal investigator, who will be nominated by trainees of the SfRBM.

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