Tag: Hannah Carter

ICM Alum Hannah Carter receives Outstanding Recent Grad Award


Hannah Carter, who completed her doctoral research in the lab of ICM core faculty member Dr. Rachel Karchin, was recently selected as one of just four recipients of the Johns Hopkins Alumni Association’s 2015 Outstanding Recent Grad Award. This award  is intended to honor recent JHU graduates for exceptional achievement or service in their professional […]

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Hannah Carter receives a 2012 Siebel Scholarship


Hannah Carter, a Graduate Student in the lab of Dr. Rachel Karchin, has been awarded a 2012 Siebel Scholarship. Students are nominated for the Siebel Scholarship on the basis of academic and research excellence and leadership activity during their graduate school career. The scholarship itself is $35000 to supplement the student’s stipend in their final […]

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Computational process zeroes in on top genetic cancer suspects


ICM Faculty Dr. Rachel Karchin and and Ph.D. Graduate Student Hannah Carter have been featured in the JHU Gazette for their work published in the August 15 issue of Cancer Research. “Johns Hopkins engineers have devised innovative computer software that can sift through hundreds of genetic mutations and highlight the DNA changes that are most […]

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ICM Graduate Student Hannah Carter awarded “National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate” Fellowship


ICM Graduate student Hannah Carter has been awarded a 2008 National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship for breast cancer research. Hannah will build a computational model to identify weak links in the PI3K/AKT pathway that can serve as drug targets in the prevention of breast cancer progression and metastasis and investigate the mechanisms […]

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