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  • 1989
  • 1989
  • Univ. Illiinois, Chicago

Malchow , Robert Paul Ph.D.

Testimonial

The Grass Fellows program was my first introduction to research in Woods Hole and was a transformative experience. The scintilating scientific atmosphere was completely captivating and changed the future course of my life and that of my family. The program opened my eyes to new scientific questions, new methods, new colleagues and collaborators, and the best seminars and presentations I have ever had the good fortune to attend. I recall especially fondly one Friday Evening Lecture given by Bob Barlow, when there was electricity in the air, literally - the crisp crackling of action potentials from a neuron in a horseshoe crab as they were modulated by light and by octopamine. One consequence of my fellowship experience was to continue to seek the stimulating confines of the MBL as a home to pursue summer research, which I have been fortunate to do for the past 22 years. My children have literally grown up in Woods Hole and experienced its scientific excitement, and feel more at home there then they do in their Chicago digs.
  • 1970
  • 1970
  • Indiana-Purdue University

Manalis , Richard S Ph.D.

  • 1979
  • 1979
  • University of Toledo

Margiotta , Joseph F Ph.D.

Testimonial

Being a Grass Fellow was one of the best experiences of my scientific career. I was a Grass Fellow at Woods Hole completing my thesis experiments on the crayfish giant motor synapse. At the time, I had the opportunity to meet with the reigning experts of this preparation, Ed Furshpan and David Potter. They were very encouraging and helped me overcome a problem I was having in interpreting the results. My work on the giant motor synapse was subsequently published in Nature (Margiotta JF and B Walcott (1983) Conductance and dye permeability of a rectifying electrical synapse. Nature 305:52-56. (Cover article)). My experiences that summer as a Grass Fellow including those leading to the discussions with Furshpan and Potter certainly facilitated the publication of that work.
  • 1984
  • 1984
  • Univ. Texas Med. Sch.

Marshak , David W Ph.D.

Martinez-De Luna, Reyna I, PhD
  • 2014
  • SUNY Upstate Medical University

Martinez-De Luna, Reyna I, PhD

Project Title

The role of intermediate filament proteins in neural degeneration and regeneration
Maruska , Karen    Ph.D.
  • 2007
  • Stanford University

Maruska , Karen Ph.D.

Project Title

Rapid Effects of Stress Hormones on Auditory Processing and Vocalization Abilities in the Oyster Toadfish Opsanus tau

Testimonial

The Grass Fellowship program was the perfect academic bridge between my PhD and postdoc, and allowed me the freedom to explore diverse research topics on a new model organism, learn novel techniques, and collect enough data for several publications, all within a supportive, fun, and intellectually stimulating environment. My experience as a Grass fellow was amazing, and on multiple levels, has played a significant role in helping me achieve my career goal of becoming an independent scientist in academia.
Mauss , Alex    Ph.D.

Mauss , Alex Ph.D.

Project Title

Functional analysis of motor circuit assembly in the Drosophila larva
  • 1998
  • 1998
  • University of California, Davis

McAllister , A Kimberly Ph.D.

  • 1988
  • 1988
  • Univ. Kentucky College Med

McClintock , Timothy S Ph.D.

  • 1983
  • 1983
  • Mineola High School

McGlade-McCulloh , Ellen

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