Congratulations to Noah Snyder-Mackler and his two postdocs, India Schneider-Crease and Kenny Chiou, who all have been awarded recent grants.
Noah Snyder-Mackler was awarded an NSF grant. The goal of that grant is to identify how naturally occurring early life adversity affects growth and immunity in wild gelada monkeys.
India Schneider-Crease was awarded an NSF SMA postdoctoral fellowship and aims to study the life history tradeoffs between growth and immune function in gelada monkeys. Kenny Chiou, was awarded an NIH T32 fellowship through the UW Genetic Approaches to Aging Training Grant. His project will try and identify epigenomic signatures of aging in the brain at the level of single neurons.