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(St. Louis Public Radio) Florissant Native Lands Prestigious Fellowship For Research At Danforth Center
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Kevin Cox, a postdoctoral associate in the Meyers Lab, was recently awarded a million dollar fellowship from Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Listen his interview with St. Louis Public Radio to learn how he hopes to inspire more kids to pursue STEM careers.
(St. Louis Public Radio) Florissant Native Lands Prestigious Fellowship For Research At Danforth Center, Kevin Cox, a postdoctoral associate in the Meyers Lab, was recently awarded a million dollar fellowship from Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Listen his interview with St. Louis Public Radio to learn how he hopes to inspire more kids to pursue STEM careers. READ MORE, (Collection), (Collection)
From dollar store to microbiology: Student gets his dream job
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A few months ago, Kevin Cox was working at a dollar store. Today he’s a laboratory assistant at the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center in Creve Coeur, Mo. – the first big step of many toward a noble career. “I see myself working at the Centers ...
From dollar store to microbiology: Student gets his dream job, A few months ago, Kevin Cox was working at a dollar store. Today he’s a laboratory assistant at the Donald Danforth Plant Science, the world of famine or find a cure for some disease,” said Cox, a junior biology major at the University, .” Cox started his part-time job Feb. 13 working in a lab studying Brachypodium distachyon. He, lab techniques.” Read more about Kevin's experience at the Center here., (Collection
(UMSL Daily) From dollar store to microbiology: Student gets his dream job
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“I see myself working at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention running my own research lab, to rid the world of famine or find a cure for some disease,” said Cox, a junior biology major at the University of Missouri–St. Louis. “Microbiolog ...
of famine or find a cure for some disease,” said Cox, a junior biology major at the University, .” Cox started his part-time job Feb. 13 working in a lab studying Brachypodium distachyon. He proudly, techniques.” Cox credits many people at UMSL for helping him find his way, and opening literal, showed me my passion was microbiology,” Cox said. “The University Ambassador program has helped me, positions. Cox is currently enrolled in Wang’s biochemistry class at UMSL. “By taking
Improving Crops and Inspiring the Next Generation of Scientists
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Kevin Cox, a postdoctoral associate in Blake Meyers’ lab, recently received the Hanna H. Gray Fellowship from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Read our blog to learn about the impact that this fellowship will have on his research and career as a plant scientist.
running across the lab.” That’s how Kevin Cox, a postdoctoral associate at the Danforth Center, with the potential to catapult Kevin’s career as a plant scientist. The fellowship will support him, own funding is huge. It would greatly increase my likelihood of getting a position,” explained Kevin, for more diversity in the sciences is a challenge that Kevin has experienced firsthand, and it’s one, ,” explained Kevin. When Kevin was a young student himself, he had mentors that were critical to developing
Post-Doctoral Associate Named Prestigious Hanna H. Gray Fellow and Receives $1.4 Million Award to Accelerate His Career in Plant Science
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Kevin Cox was named one of only 15 Hanna H. Gray Fellows by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) in Chevy Chase, MD.
to Accelerate His Career in Plant Science, ST. LOUIS, MO, September 12, 2019 – Kevin Cox Jr., Ph.D., . “Being a Hanna Gray Fellow is an extraordinary opportunity for me,” said Cox. “Coming into a faculty, .” Cox is working in the laboratory of Blake Meyers, Ph.D. His background is in plant pathology, of the battles between plants and microbes. By analyzing gene activity cell-by-cell, Cox aims to better, specific genes are active will also help him determine how plant cells and microbes communicate. Cox
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