Jessica is awarded a AAAS Fellowship

One of our QSTORM PIs, Jessica Winter, was recently recognized with a fellowship by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). AAAS Fellow is an honor bestowed upon members by their peers. Jessica was recognized for “distinguished contributions in the field of chemical and biomedical engineering, particularly the synthesis and development of magnetic quantum dots for cell imaging and separations.” AAAS fellows will be recognized at the upcoming AAAS meeting in San Jose this February.
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Congratulations, Jessica!

Find out more here.

Also, at the upcoming February meeting of AAAS, the QSTORM collaboration is also being featured at a session. Carol Lynn is leading the session called “When Experts Collide: Driving Cross-Cutting Innovation in Biological Imaging and Informatics” to explain how QSTORM and other interdisciplinary teams exploring biological imaging and visualization came about from the NSF IBIV IDEAS lab. Both Jessica and Peter will be presenting at this session.

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One Response to Jessica is awarded a AAAS Fellowship

  1. Gang Ruan says:

    Congrats!

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