2013 CVM News: New fellowship gives veterinary students year-long immersion in stem cell research
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This news item is about: Owning her first horse at age 13 changed the course of life for Hannah Holmes ’16. Now at Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine, Holmes will help further regenerative therapies as the first fellow in a training program that combines veterinary medicine with the stem cell research. With a $ 230,000 grant from the New York State Department of Health, the new Empire State Veterinary Student Stem Cell Research Training Program will fund Holmes and future selected Cornell veterinary students for a year of rigorous laboratory training in stem cell science. After completing the program, Holmes will earn an M.S. in Comparative Biological Science before completing her veterinary degree.
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