Maldarelli Lab Awards
2019 Presentation Award in Microbiology, Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
Natalie Lindo received a 2019 Presentation Award in Microbiology for presenting her research findings at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students.
Scholarship Award, International Workshop on HIV Drug Resistance and Treatment Strategies
Kristi Huik was awarded a scholarship to attend the 2018 International Workshop on HIV Drug Resistance and Treatment Strategies in South Africa and give an oral presentation on the latest findings of her research project ("Mechanism of Emergence of Resistance of T97A during Dolutegravir Therapy").
Young Scientist Sponsorship, 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting
Kristi Huik was awarded a full sponsorship by the Estonian Academy of Sciences to participate in the 68th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in June 2018. She received this award based on her outstanding research on the role of host genetic factors in HIV acquisition, HIV drug resistance, and molecular epidemiology of other infections while she was a Ph.D. student at the University of Tartu before joining the Maldarelli lab. The annual Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting is a prestigious gathering of around 30 Nobel Laureates and 500-600 young scientists — including postdoctoral fellows, Ph.D. students, and undergraduates — who convene to communicate leading issues in physiology and medicine in a forum that includes lectures, panel discussions, poster sessions, master classes, Agora talks, and science walks.
Travel Awards, HIV DRP Think Tank Meeting
Elizabeth Anderson received a $1000 travel award from the HIV DRP for one of the two best presentations by NCI fellows at the 2018 HIV DRP Think Tank Meeting. Francesco Simonetti received this Travel Award for his presentation at the 2014 HIV DRP Think Tank Meeting.
New Investigator Scholarships, Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections
Elizabeth Anderson and Camille Lange were awarded New Investigator Scholarships to present their research findings at the 2018 Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI). CROI scholarship awardees in previous years include Elizabeth Anderson and Camille Lange in 2017, Sarah Watters in 2015, and Francesco Simonetti in 2014.
Travel Award, Fall HIV/AIDS & Cancer Virology Think Tank Meeting
Paula Rote won a $1000 travel award for her outstanding talk at the 2017 Fall HIV/AIDS & Cancer Virology Think Tank Meeting. This annual Think Tank meeting on the NIH-Bethesda campus provides a venue for students, postdoctoral fellows, and staff scientists to present emerging work and hypotheses in the field of cancer virology. The Think Tank travel awards are provided by the Center of Excellence in HIV/AIDS & Cancer Virology, Center for Cancer Research, NCI.
Diversity Career Development Program, NIH
Camille Lange graduated from the Diversity Career Development Program (DCDP) at NIH in 2016. DCDP graduates were nominated and selected among a group of talented NIH staff for participation in this program.
Scholarship Award, 2016 Towards an HIV Cure Symposium and 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016)
Elizabeth Anderson was awarded a scholarship to attend the 2016 Towards an HIV Cure Symposium and the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) in Durban, South Africa. She presented the latest findings of her research project ("Intra-patient, full length analysis of HIV gag genetic variation identifies regions of variability") at both meetings.
2015 NCI Director's Award
Members of the NCI HIV Integration Sites Analysis (ISA) team received a group award at the NCI Director's Award ceremony in November 2015 "for discoveries on HIV survival during antiretroviral therapy, revealing the importance of integration site and clonal expansion." The ISA group award recipients included Stephen Hughes, Andrea Ferris, Shawn Hill, Mary Kearney, Frank Maldarelli, Wei Shao, and Jonathan Spindler (HIV DRP); Francesco Simonetti (University of Milan); John Coffin (Tufts University); John Mellors (University of Pittsburgh); and David Wells, Ling Su, and Xiaolin Wu (Leidos Biomedical Research, Inc.).
NIH Postbac Poster Day Award
Tiffany Tanzosh was honored for presenting one of the best posters on NIH Postbac Poster Day in 2012. Established in 2001, NIH Postbac Poster Day added a judging component in 2011 to highlight the contributions of postbaccalaureate fellows to the NIH Intramural Research Program. Awardees are recognized for having authored posters that score in the top 20% of all posters presented.
Last modified: 4 December 2019