Predoctoral F31 fellowships are designed to enhance research and career development for advanced Ph.D. students who have identified a research sponsor and a dissertation project that includes a novel approach to the problem and has strong training potential. Several investigators have agreed to let us share their successful applications. We are grateful to the fellows, their research sponsors and the institutions listed below who have enabled us to deliver this resource to the training community. For more information on F31 fellowships, see the F31 program announcement and the FAQs, or contact fellowship coordinator Ms. Peggy Schnoor.
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PI and Grantee Institution
Christian Anthony Ibarra, University of California, Berkeley
"The regulation of gene imprinting by genome-wide DNA methylation in Arabidopsis"
Research Sponsors: Robert Fischer, Ph.D., and Daniel Zilberman, Ph.D.
Angela C. Olson, University of California, Irvine
"Catalytic asymmetric synthesis of vinyl chromans using palladium (II) catalysts"
Research Sponsor: Larry E. Overman, Ph.D.
Erin Eileen Podlesny, University of Pennsylvania
"Synthesis of bisanthraquinone natural product and BINOL-type chiral ligands"
Research Sponsor: Marisa C. Kozlowski, Ph.D.
Emigdio D. Reyes Rodriguez, New Mexico State University
"Biochemical characteristics of the RecN Protein in DNA repair mechanisms"
Research Sponsors: Shelley L. Lusetti, Ph.D., and Jeffrey B. Arterburn, Ph.D.