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Joseph Paul has worked with ECU biology assistant professor Dr. Yiping Qi since 2013 on genome editing research. The goal of the work is to bring innovative agricultural tools that will improve crops grown in eastern North Carolina. (Photos by Cliff Hollis)
May 4, 2016
By Jessica NottinghamUniversity Communication
Chris Cohen is enrolled in an interdisciplinary doctoral program in biological sciences at ECU.
In addition to Joseph Paul, three East Carolina University graduate and doctoral students are also recipients of a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, one of the most prestigious fellowships for science, technology, engineering and math or STEM students:
Gina Bledsoe, a graduate student studying molecular biology and biotechnology, advised by Dr. Ariane Peralta;
Chris Cohen, an interdisciplinary doctoral program in biological sciences student, advised by Dr. Michael Brewer;
Jeff Cole, who will attend ECU in the fall as a student in the interdisciplinary doctoral program in biological sciences, also advised by Brewer.