Ione Fine’s student, Ezgi Yucel, has just received a WRF Innovation Graduate Fellowship in Neuroengineering, co-funded with the eScience Institute, from the UW Institute of Neuroengineering. These fellowships are highly prestigious and selection is competitive. Congratulations, Ezgi!
UWIN’s Washington Research Foundation (WRF) Innovation Graduate Fellowships in Neuroengineering provide support for Ph.D. students whose research relates to both neuroscience and quantitative approaches in math, computer science, or engineering. Graduate students in any UW degree-granting program who have committed to doing research in the laboratory of one of the participating faculty members are welcome to apply for a fellowship. Co-mentoring between experimental and theoretical or engineering groups is encouraged.
For more information on the Fellowship, read here.