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  • Honors Day

    Honors Day is held during the spring semester and recognizes the efforts of those students who have graduated or are graduating with Masters and PhD degrees during the current academic year. In addition, the School of Graduate Studies recognizes those who have shown exceptional service and/or research productivity during their graduate careers.

    2014 Pharmacology Award – Kasi McPherson
    The award is presented to the student who has demonstrated outstanding overall performance in the Medical Pharmacology graduate program.

    2014 Fundamentals of Physiology Award – Adam Guntharp
    This award is presented to the student who achieved the highest grade point average in the Fundamentals of Physiology Course during the 2013-14 academic year.

    2014 Dean’s Service Award – Peter Mittwede
    This award is given to the graduate student who most exemplifies the outstanding attributes of leadership, community outreach and service.

    2014 Regions Graduate Research Award – Paul Turner, Dr. Fouad Zouein
    The Regions Graduate Research Award and cash prize are presented in recognition of outstanding research accomplishments by a graduate student.

    2014 Robert A. Mahaffey Memorial Award – Emily Gilbert, Mark Santos
    Established in the memory of the late graduate student, this certificate and cash prize are awarded in recognition of exceptional research potential of young investigators. The student’s name will be added to the Mahaffey Memorial plaque.

    2014 Randall-Trustmark Graduate Research Award – Dr. Samuel Adeosun
    The Randall-Trustmark Graduate Research Award and cash prize are presented in recognition of outstanding research accomplishments and scientific contributions by a graduate student.

    2014 Trustmark Postdoctoral Publication Awards – Dr. Peter Hosick, Dr. Ziqiang Zhang
    This award is in recognition of a single cutting-edge publication that served to significantly advance biomedical knowledge with the fellow’s area of research.