Spencer T. Adams, Jr. was awarded an F31 Graduate Student NIH Fellowship

Spencer T. Adams, Jr., a Ph.D. student in Dr. Stepehn Miller Lab,was awarded a Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards (F31) for Individual Predoctoral Fellows from the National Institute of Health.  His project title is "Molecular and Organismal-Level Studies of Bioluminescence". His goals for this project are to understand the molecular basis of bioluminescence and develop a toolkit of bioluminescent reagents for use both in vitro and live mouse models. 

Congratulations, Spencer! 

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