Congratulations to the 2017 Rising Star Award Recipients!
Date: August 03, 2017
The Society is pleased to announce the six recipients of the 2017 ASBMR Rising Star Awards. This award provides funding to promising young scientists and physician-scientists in the bone field who have already been recognized by individual NIH “K awards” and other similar international professional development programs.
Awardees pictured top left to bottom right: Marc Wein, M.D., Ph.D., Saravana Ramasamy, Ph.D.,
David Scott, Ph.D., Jonathan Mitchell, Ph.D., Brya Matthews, Ph.D., and Kathleen Hill-Gallant Ph.D.
The following applicants and projects were selected as the award recipients:
- Brya Matthews, Ph.D., University of Auckland, “Novel Osteoprogenitor Cell Populations Involved in Bone Healing” (Sir Charles Hercus Health Research Fellowship, New Zealand)
- David Scott, Ph.D., Monash University, “Reducing Risk Factors for Falls and Fracture in Obese Older Australians” (Career Development Fellowship (R.D. Wright Biomedical CDF Level 1), Australia)
- Saravana Ramasamy, Ph.D., Imperial College London, ”Aetiology and consequences of vascular ageing in the skeletal system” (Sir Henry Dale Fellowship, United Kingdom)
- Marc Wein, M.D., D., Massachusetts General Hospital, “Dissecting the roles of class IIa HDACs in osteocyte biology” (K08 grant, U.S.A.)
- Kathleen Hill-Gallant, Ph.D., Purdue University, “Phosphorus Absorption and Balance in Normal Physiology and Chronic Kidney Disease” (K01 grant, U.S.A.)
- Jonathan Mitchell, Ph.D., Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, “Sleep, Energetic Behaviors, and Adolescent Obesity during the Transition from Middle to High School” (K01 grant, U.S.A.)