Loh Receives Pilot Grant to Support Her Research

Zoe Loh, a fifth-year graduate student in the laboratory of Ming Chen, PhD, has been awarded a Duke University School of Medicine Office of Biomedical and Graduate Education (OBGE) and Precision Genomics Collaboratory (PGC) Pilot Grant. The goal of these grants is to support graduate students in scientific and educational efforts to bolster their graduate training experiences.

This $2,000 award will help Zoe further her dissertation research in the regulation of thymidylate biosynthesis and cellular sensitivity to antifolate treatment by nuclear PTEN. She would like to thank both OBGE and PGC for providing her with this award. Read more and see a list of awardees here.