Keith Griffin and Sarah Irvin Receive NIH Graduate Student Research Award
Keith Griffin, M.S., predoctoral fellow in the Radiation Epidemiology Branch, and Sarah Irvin, M.S., predoctoral fellow in the Clinical Genetics Branch, received the NIH Graduate Student Research Award for their posters presented at the 17th Annual NIH Graduate Student Research Symposium in February 2021. Posters are evaluated by a panel of judges including postdoctoral, staff scientist, and staff clinician judges.
Mr. Griffin and Ms. Irvin both won in the category of epidemiology for their posters: “Japanese Atomic Bomb Survivor Dosimetry Using the J45 Phantom Series: Comprehensive Source Term Modelling” (Griffin) and “Integrated Analysis of Inflammation-Related Exposures in Ovarian Cancer Histotypes in the Ovarian Cancer Association Consortium (OCAC)” (Irvin).
Hosted by the NIH Office of Intramural Training and Education, the NIH Graduate Student Research Symposium is the premier event for NIH graduate students to showcase their research to the NIH community, offering opportunities for fellows to present posters, give presentations, and win awards.