NIH Training Program in Biomolecular Technology
Fellowships and Publications Outcomes
The average NIH Fellow has received at least one other fellowship (than the NIH BTP T32) and two awards during their PhD studies.
- Anna Marie Tuazon, a 2014-15 and now 2015-16 NIH Fellow has been the recipient of the NIH IMSD (National Institutes of Health - Initiative for Maximizing Student Development) in addition to the NIH BTP fellowship.
- On average, each NIH fellow produces three publications during their tenure as a PhD student. For a list of publications, visit our "Fellows' Pubs" section.
- 67% of NIH BTP Fellows had first author papers during their PhD tenure.
- Current NIH Fellow, Karan Agrawal, was recently filmed discussing his current research in the use of metabolomics to develop non-invasive diagnostic methods for inflammatory skin diseases. Karan received a BA in Chemistry and Biological Sciences at Cornell University and a MSc in Forensic Science at King's College London. He is a member of the Pharmacology & Toxicology graduate group and Prof. John Newman is his mentor. To hear about his research, watch below.