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New IGERT grant will help train next generation of leaders

Martha Gillette, School of Molecular and Cellular Biology
7/27/2010 8:00:00 AM

From left to right, CNST associate director Irfan Ahmad, Martha Gillette, Rashid Bashir (PI), and Jimmy Hsia. Taher Saif (co-PI) not pictured.
From left to right, CNST associate director Irfan Ahmad, Martha Gillette, Rashid Bashir (PI), and Jimmy Hsia. Taher Saif (co-PI) not pictured.
From left to right, CNST associate director Irfan Ahmad, Martha Gillette, Rashid Bashir (PI), and Jimmy Hsia. Taher Saif (co-PI) not pictured.
The University of Illinois has recently been awarded a five-year, $3.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s Integrative Graduate Education and Research Training (IGERT) program aimed at producing the next generation of intellectual leaders who will define the new frontiers of Cellular & Molecular Mechanics and Bio-Nanotechnology (CMMB).

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