Horch Awarded Sloan Research Fellowship
Story posted March 21, 2005
Bowdoin Assistant Professor of Biology/Neuroscience Hadley Horch has been awarded a highly competitive Sloan Research Fellowship from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
The two-year award will help support a pre-tenure sabbatical semester in Fall 2006 during which time she will continue her research on how molecular cues guide the development and regeneration of neuronal dendrites. Horch's recent research has focused on the compensatory regeneration of cricket auditory interneurons (for a full story on her research, click here).
A total of 116 Sloan Fellowships are awarded annually to outstanding young faculty members in specified fields of science. Horch is one of only 16 neuroscientists to receive the prize and one of only two researchers from an undergraduate institution.
« Back | Campus News | Academic Spotlight | | Subscribe to Bowdoin News by Email