PAPD Awardees

"I plan to use the grant to travel to professional conferences in the field of Slavic studies, such as ASEEES and ATSEEL. Participation in these conferences is of utmost importance for my professional development as a scholar, and for building lasting personal relations with some of the most prominent scholars in my field." - Oleh Kotsyuba

"With thanks to the Postdoctoral Award for Professional Development, I will attend the annual meeting of the American Studies Association in Denver, CO, to present my new research on aesthetics of waiting in Asian/American contemporary art. I will also be meeting with publishers to discuss my first book manuscript on inscrutability and Asian American performativity". - Vivian Huang

"I will use the award to travel to a Gordon Research Conference on Physical Virology, in Lucca in Tuscany, Italy". - Rees Garmann

"The Postdoctoral Award for Professional Development will support my attendance and presentation at the American Conference on Pharmacometrics 7 in Bellevue, WA. I was invited to speak about my work on a model of hematopoietic stem cell and neutrophil dynamics together with a novel PK model of granulocyte colony-stimulating factor, and the implications of our findings for pharmacokinetic (PK) models of endogenous hormones. I will also give a talk to the math modelling group at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Centre while in Bellevue". - Morgan Craig

"Thanks to the Postdoctoral Award for Professional Development, I will be attending the annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies in New York City. At the conference, I will be presenting my research on what occurs in the everyday lives of individuals who have suicidal thoughts". - Evan Kleiman

"I will use the Postdoctoral Award for Professional Development to attend the 76th annual meeting of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontology in Salt Lake City, Utah. At the meeting, I will present new work on estimating the body sizes of Quaternary-aged lizards known from the fossil record of the Caribbean". - Melissa Kemp