Graduate Student Hunter Porter Receives NIH Predoctoral Fellowship

Hunter Porter, neuroscience graduate student, has received an NIH Fellowship entitled “Mathematical Models of Vulnerability and Cell-Type Specific Analysis of DNA Modifications in Aging” to support his research and training.  Hunter’s work applies advanced bioinformatic approaches to DNA methylation patterns to understand aging, disease, cellular senescence, and genomic regulation.  Hunter continues a trend of students receiving individual NIH predoctoral fellowships with 1/2 of the F31 awardees in Oklahoma over the past three years being in the Freeman Lab.

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