UF BME Ph.D. student, Jackson Cagle, was awarded the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) Trainee Professional Development Award.
SfN is the world’s largest organization of scientists and physicians devoted to understanding the brain and nervous system. The SfN annual meeting is attended by 30,000 scientists and physicians from all around the world. The award includes $1,000 toward travel expenses to attend the 2017 SfN annual meeting in Washington, DC. As an award recipient, Cagle will present his poster at the Trainee Professional Development Awards Poster Session.
The aim of these awards is to promote the advancement of career training to neuroscientists from a wide range of institutions. SfN seeks to promote gender equality and increase diversity, in all of its forms, throughout its programs. Awards are distributed based on the merit of the trainee’s application.