2010 Beckman Scholars

active site of thymidylate kinase colored by conservation of residues between humans and Cryptosporidium parvumBrandeis was recently awarded a grant from the Arnold and Mabel Beckman Foundation through their Beckman Scholars Program. This grant will support two students each through two summers and one academic year of undergraduate research.

Philip Braunstein and Jessica Hutcheson have been named the 2010 Beckman Scholars.  Braunstein (class of 2012) is a Biochemistry major identifying parasite-selective inhibitors of pyrimidine biosynthesis in the Hedstrom laboratory.  Hutcheson (2011) is a Biochemistry/Neruoscience major investigating the molecular processes that determine memory in the Griffith laboratory.

Congratulations to the winners!

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