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Julia Gerson

Julia Gerson, right, accepts the 2015 Chapter of the Year Award at SfN Annual Meeting in October 2015. - AlumNotes, December 2015

Congratulations to Julia Gerson, a doctoral candidate in the Neuroscience Graduate Program who serves as President and has been instrumental in breathing new life into the UTMB Galveston Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN). The SfN, started more than 20 years ago, recently gained national attention by winning the SfN’s prestigious 2015 Chapter of the Year Award. “We have worked hard to ensure that our chapter – though small in its geographical area – has a large impact in the community,” said Gerson.
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The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Texas Medical Branch advances human understanding and knowledge in health-related disciplines through scholarly teaching and research in the biomedical sciences, promoting excellence in academic pursuits and activities, and developing individual leadership, communication, motivation, and scholarship in all students.

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