CPB Faculty Member Receives Showalter Trust Grant
Dr. Nadia Lanman, research assistant professor in the Department of Comparative Pathobiology, is among 11 early career faculty members at Purdue University who recently received one-year grants from the Ralph W. and Grace M. Showalter Research Trust. The grants represent the centerpiece of the Showalter programs at Purdue, which also support selected University Faculty Scholars and two Showalter Distinguished Professors.
The Showalter Trust research grants support studies directed by assistant professors in the areas of environmental science; biochemistry and molecular biology; disease prevention, diagnosis, progression, treatment, and control; new technologies for food production, preservation, distribution, and safety; and medical and biophysical instrumentation. Dr. Lanman received a grant for her research project entitled, “Developing a Novel Method for Predicting Drug Response in Diffuse Large B-cell Lymphoma Using a Naturally-Occurring Canine Model System.”
The 11 early career faculty members received up to $75,000 each in funding from the Ralph W. and Grace M. Showalter Research Trust, which has benefited Purdue researchers for more than 40 years. Click here to view a complete news release on the Showalter programs at Purdue.
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