M.D./Ph.D. student, Annica Ren Stull-Lane, was recently featured alongside other medical students for her work helping Sacramento's homeless during Coronavirus. 
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The UC Davis M.D./Ph.D. program is pleased to announce that four of our students have been awarded prestigious NIH F30 awards! 
The F30 is designed to support M.D./Ph.D. students during the latter part of their Ph.D. research efforts, as well as during the MS3 and MS4 years of medical school.   Our F30 funding success rate of 25% compares favorably to the national award rate of 4%.

Our 4 awardees are:

Brendan Cohn-Sheehy: Using lifelike narratives to probe age-related differences in cortico-hippocampal functionality and episodic memory

Anna Sadovnikova: The role of glucocorticoids in the regulation of alpha-lactalbumin and milk production

Annica Stull-Lane: The role of SLC11A1 in neutrophil antimicrobial response

Lillian Zhang:  EptB pseudogene formation as a novel mechanism of typhoidal Salmonella virulence