HOME >> BIOLOGY >> NEWS
SNMTS provides $50,000 in 2007 Paul Cole, Mickey Williams Minority Student Technologist Scholarships

o start encouraging minority students to pursue a nuclear medicine profession," noted Mensah.

Receiving one-year Mickey Williams Minority Student scholarships were Theresah Semana, Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Mich.; Derrick Turner, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio; and John Williams, Triton College, River Grove, Ill. The Mickey Williams Minority Student scholarships are made possible through contributions from 2006 Corporate Friends and supporters of the PDEF: Biogen Idec, Capintec Inc., GE Healthcare, Mallinckrodt and MDS Nordion.

Additionally, 30 individuals were named recipients of Paul Cole scholarships, each providing $1,000 to students enrolled in associate, baccalaureate or certificate programs in nuclear medicine technology. These scholarships are based on financial need, statements of goals, academic performance and program director recommendations. Funded by the Education and Research Foundation for SNM, the Paul Cole scholarship was established in memory of Paul Cole, a champion of student education who died in 1986 while serving as SNMTS president. SNM's Central Chapter funded two of these 2007 scholarships.

The 30 Paul Cole Scholarship recipients and their college affiliations are listed here.

Baccalaureate Program

  • Bayley Hicks, Melanie Lee and Andrea Mason, all at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Health Related Professions, Little Rock, Ark.

  • Sarah Pyatt and Kathleen Linehan, both at Indiana University, Indianapolis
  • Lisa Meyer, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Iowa City

  • Danielle Rill, Johns Hopkins Schools of Medical Imaging, Baltimore, Md.

  • Dennis Flood (supported by SNM's Central Chapter) and Brooke Whitcher, both at the Mayo School of Health Sciences, Rochester, Minn.
  • Jessica Sharp, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha

  • Tra
    '"/>


Contact: Maryann Verrillo
mverrillo@snm.org
703-653-6773
Society of Nuclear Medicine
6-Mar-2007


Page: 1 2 3

Related biology news :

1. Patients undergoing PET/CT may want to pass on that cup of coffee, according to SNMTS study
2. Female gender provides an advantage in renal diseases
3. Forecasting system provides flood warnings to vulnerable residents of Bangladesh
4. Genomics study provides insight into the evolution of unique human traits
5. Study provides new data about the laws governing embryo development in organisms
6. Sea anemone genome provides new view of our multi-celled ancestors
7. Latest data shows MabThera provides significant, sustained relief from symptoms of RA
8. Understanding the global carbon budget -- Woods Hole Research Center expert provides insights
9. Nanotechnology provides green path to environmentally sustainable economy
10. American Association for Cancer Research provides support for promising cancer scientists
11. Life-long learning -- nature provides natural inspiration for education

Post Your Comments:
(Date:7/24/2014)... A new study has identified two factors that ... increase the production of highly qualified physics teachers. ... to champion physics teacher education in combination with ... initiatives remain viable. Science, Technology, Engineering and Math ... and the study points the way for institutions ...
(Date:7/24/2014)... sticky research out of York University shows a surprisingly ... toxic grass fungus: moose saliva (yes moose saliva). ... "Ungulate saliva inhibits a grassendophyte mutualism" shows that moose ... (which hosts a fungus called epichlo festucae that produces ... less toxicity. , "Plants have evolved defense mechanisms to ...
(Date:7/24/2014)... Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University ... Foundation for Parkinson,s Research to translate a basic science ... discovery project will test chemical compounds on a newly ... that acts on an underlying cause of the disease. ... people manage their symptoms, we are eager to stop ...
Breaking Biology News(10 mins):Creating sustainable STEM teacher preparation programs 2Moose drool inhibits growth of toxic fungus: York U research 2Albert Einstein College of Medicine receives grant from the Michael J. Fox Foundation to fund drug discovery project targeting Parkinson's 2Albert Einstein College of Medicine receives grant from the Michael J. Fox Foundation to fund drug discovery project targeting Parkinson's 3
(Date:7/24/2014)... CA (PRWEB) July 24, 2014 ... the Global Supply Chain of the biotech industry. ... SCM Innovation Awards, brought to you by the ... global organization of supply chain management professionals for ... given to stakeholders of the Biotech industry – ...
(Date:7/24/2014)... sophisticated equipment, trained personnel, and detection dogs to ... attacks. A revolutionary new electronic chip with nano-sized ... much easier. , The groundbreaking nanotechnology-inspired sensor, devised ... ,s School of Chemistry and Center for Nanoscience ... Tracense, picks up the scent of explosives molecules ...
(Date:7/24/2014)... most natural and synthetic processes prefer to settle ... or energyit is within the realm of non-equilibrium ... constant changes in energy and phases, such as ... conditions allow humans to regulate their body temperature, ... with seismic activity. , But even though ...
(Date:7/24/2014)... 24, 2014 SRI International has been awarded ... Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), part of ... of potential therapies for HIV infection and AIDS. The ... and AIDS and the complications and opportunistic infections associated ... sexual transmission of HIV. According to ...
Breaking Biology Technology:Call for Submission: BSMA’s Supply Chain Management Innovation Awards 2Call for Submission: BSMA’s Supply Chain Management Innovation Awards 3Nano-sized chip 'sniffs out' explosives far better than trained dogs 2New approach to form non-equilibrium structures 2National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Awards SRI International Contract to Study New Therapies for HIV and AIDS 2National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Awards SRI International Contract to Study New Therapies for HIV and AIDS 3
Cached News: