February 8, 2018

SEPAL Alumna awarded prestigious NIH Career in Reproductive Biology Grant

Brenda Cisneros is a graduate from San Francisco State University. Here, she obtained both her BS Physiology and MS Physiology and Behavioral Biology, is now being coveted for a distinguished award. Now, she is pursuing her Ph.D. at the University of Michigan. In doing this, she will be bestowed with the Career Training in Reproductive Biology Grant. This grant seeks to establish a broad education of Reproductive Biology. The research areas vary from Mathematics, Physiology, Cell Biology, and Genetics. We here at SEPAL/Biology Department are so delighted to have one of our own receive a award of this caliber.

While here at San Francisco State University, she was under the wing of Dr. Megumi Fuse and was also a SEPAL Spectrum Scientist. Brenda is a member of SFSU SACNAS and was part of the first BIO 230 class our SEPAL Director, Kimberly Tanner, instructed.

CONGRATULATIONS and keep up the great work!

 

 

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