Published April 10, 2013
Five students will be selected annually to receive the Zannoni
Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF), which encourages
careers in pharmacological or pharmaceutical sciences and aims to
help undergraduates gain research experience.
It is supported by the American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics and funding for the fellowship will continue through 2015.
SURF fellows are participants of a biosciences mentoring program called the Collaborative Learning and Integrated Mentoring in the Biosciences Undergraduate Program (CLIMB UP).
The summer program highlights graduate school opportunities and enables undergraduates to conduct biomedical and health sciences research.
Dubocovich, who is also senior associate dean for inclusion and cultural enhancement, directs CLIMB UP.