New Postdoc Daniel Cortes Wins NIH Diversity Supplement Postdoctoral Salary and Training Support

Daniel Cortes, who recently moved to Chapel Hill from Davis, CA, is carrying out post-doctoral studies in the aMDX lab. Daniel will now be supported by a Diversity Supplement award from the NIH. This award will allow Daniel to attend international conferences such as ASCB, and workshops on grant writing, biophysics, and computer science, but locally and overseas. This generous award will fuel Daniel’s ongoing work on the development of quantitative analysis of cytoskeletal remodeling during cell division.