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UTHSC PROFESSOR RECEIVES FIRST RESEARCH ADVISOR AWARD
Memphis, Tennessee (June 6, 2005) – Edward F. Rosloniec, PhD, associate professor of medicine and pathology, was selected as the first recipient of the College of Graduate Health Science’s Annual Research Advisor Award at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center (UTHSC).
The award recognizes a faculty member who has shown continued interest in the growth and development of graduate students, and whose concern goes beyond that of the average, but dedicated, member of the graduate faculty.
Dr. Rosloniec, a
member of the Connective Tissue Research Group, joined the
Involved in training over 17 postdoctoral or pre-doctoral students, Dr. Rosloniec’s nomination noted that “he is a dedicated and creative scientist who displays extraordinary leadership qualities by encouraging his associates to have a common focus while promoting independence.” A second nomination pointed out that “he is a patient mentor who stimulates and challenges his students to think on their own even if they have to learn from their mistakes.”
bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Michigan State University, Dr. Rosloniec received
his doctorate in immunology from Wayne State University. He completed postdoctoral
research training at the prestigious National Jewish Center of Immunology and
Respiratory Medicine in
Dick Peppler, PhD,
dean of the
The award, a plaque and a stipend, is designed to emphasize the importance of the research advisor in the training of graduate students.
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