Grants and Gifts

Life scientist is awarded NSF CAREER grant

Amy Rowat, assistant professor of integrative biology and physiology, has been awarded a five-year National Science Foundation CAREER grant to support her research on soft biological matter. The NSF’s CAREER Program supports the research of outstanding young teacher-scholars.

Rowat’s research concerns the development of an instrumentation platform to measure cell texture. For more about Rowat and her research, see her website.
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