LIMBS Lab Postdoc Sarah Stamper was awarded the International Society for Neuroethology’s Young Investigator Award. This prestigious award “… recognizes … early post-doctoral fellows who have shown outstanding promise and have already made a significant research contribution in neuroethology.” She will report her work in a special lecture at the ISN’s 2014 meeting in July in Sapporo, Japan.
LIMBS Lab postdoc Sarah Stamper placed third in the poster competition for the 1st Annual Johns Hopkins Postdoctoral Retreat on May 16, 2014. Sarah’s poster was on understanding communication and movement in groups of fish that live along the Amazon basin and use electrical signals for sensing.
LIMBS Lab members past and present were extremely well represented at the 2014 Convocation Awards!
- Edward “Ned” Samson won the James Bell award for outstanding research and scholarly achievement in Mechanical Engineering.
- Samuel Frishman and Alexander Spinos were co-winners of the Robert George Gerstmyer awards, recognizing outstanding undergraduate achievement in Mechanical Engineering.
- Dongsuk Shin won the Charles A. Miller award, which recognizes outstanding academic achievement by an undergraduate in Mechanical Engineering.
- Gowtham Garimella – graduate winners of the Creel Family Teaching Assistant award, recognizing the best teaching assistants in Mechanical Engineering.