Chloe Petit, PhD was awarded a 2-year scholarship from the Philippe Foundation. Founded in 1953, The Phillipe Foundation is an American organization that grants scholarships to doctors and scientists who participate in exchange programs between France and the US. These scholarships aim to encourage and advance medical research and facilitate Franco-American scientific and medical exchanges.
Gwen recently became the Director of the Harvard Speech and Hearing Graduate Program.
This week she presided over the SHBT graduation ceremonies and hooded 12 new Ph.D. graduates.
Congrats to John Lee and the all the graduates and to Gwen!
2021 Gwen and Jeff and collaborator, Andrew Griffith, receive ARO Pioneer Award.
2020 Gwen receives a 2020 NIDCD Director's Award from Debra Tucci.
Jeff receives the Scientific Grand Prize from the Foundation Pour L'Audition for the lab's discovery of the function of TMC1 as the hair cell transduction channel.
Carl Nist-Lund awarded best podium presentation at BCH Judah Folkman Research Day: Improved Gene Therapy Restores Hearing, Balance and Secondary Measures in Mice with Genetic Inner Ear Disorders
Jian Zuo presents Jeff with the Bellucci Prize
for the lab's work on TMC1.
Jeff recognized with Excellence in Mentoring
Award by Harvard Medical School
- Scholars in Medicine
Translational Research Award (BCH)
-Olga Shubina-Oleink & Jeff Holt
Charlie Askew received 1st Place in
Biomedical Sciences Oral Presentation
at the Robert J. Huskey Graduate
Research Exhibition, UVA
Boston Children's Hospital Pilot Award
- Jeffrey Holt
Boston Children's Hospital Pilot Award - Gwenaelle Geleoc
Graduate student travel award, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Mid-Winter Meeting - Charlie Askew
American Association for Advancement of Science (AAAS)/ Science Program for Excellence in Science 2012-2014 - Ye-hyun Kim
Capita Foundation Travel Award, Gordon Conference: Auditory System 2012 - Ye-hyun Kim
Manton Center for Rare Diseases, Children’s Hospital Boston, Pilot Award - Gwenaelle Geleoc
Research Council, Children’s Hospital Boston, Pilot Project - Gwenaelle Geleoc
Fine Science Tools travel award, Society for Neuroscience, San Diego 2010 - Ye-hyun Kim
Best Graduate Student Thesis in Neuroscience – Jessica Risner
Third Place in UVA Graduate Biosciences Society Poster Presentations, UVA - Geoff Horwitz
2nd Place in Robert J. Huskey Graduate School Research Exhibition, UVA – Geoff Horwitz
Fine Science Tools Travel Award – Geoff Horwitz
Physik Instruments: Nanoinnovation Award – Andrea Lelli, Eric Stauffer
Travel Award, Molecular Biology of Hearing and Deafness – Jessica Risner
Edmund Prince Fowler Award, Triological Society for Best Research Project by an ENT Physician – Bradley Kesser
Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Award, NIDCD – Jessica Risner
Honorable Mention, Olympus Bioscapes Digital Imaging Competition – Jessica Risner
Honorable Mention, Olympus Bioscapes Digital Imaging Competition – Gwenaëlle Géléoc
Oral Presentation Award, Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Robert J. Huskey Graduate Research Exhibition– Jessica Risner
1st place in the UVA Graduate Biosciences Society Research Symposium Poster Competition – Eric Stauffer
Award for Excellence in Scholarship in the Sciences and Engineering, UVA – Eric Stauffer
Bert Evans Young Investigator Award – Jeffrey R. Holt
3rd place in Robert J. Huskey Graduate School Research Exhibition, UVA – Eric Stauffer
Eric Lothman Award for Best Neuroscience Research, UVA – Eric Stauffer
Fine Science Tools Travel Award for presentation at Society for Neuroscience Meeting – Eric Stauffer
Fine Science Tools Travel Award for The Molecular Biology of Hearing and Deafness Meeting – Jessica Risner
Graduate Student Travel Award, Association for Research in Otolaryngology, Mid-Winter Meeting – Jessica Risner