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2015 Annual Newsletter

IN THIS ISSUE Download the entire PDF here Scholar Orientation Sci-ROI Initiative  Peer Mentor Program  2016 US-to-India Scholarship  MIT Honors Dr. Khorana  US Scholars Experience India  Indian Scholars Experience US  Annual Symposium, Delhi How You Can Participate  2015 US Bose Scholars  2015 Khorana Scholars  2015 S.N. Bose Scholars  Contact Information  2 3 4 5 6

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Global Shortage of Health Workforce and The MSF

Winstep decided to reach out to our scholars and ask what they are involved in outside of research at their home institutions this summer. The responses we got showed very impressive work being done by our Khorana and SN Bose scholars! We are going to upload multiple articles that some scholars have shared with us: This article

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2016 Khorana Scholars

Congratulations to all of our 2016 Khorana Scholars: 1. Aashika Sekar from IIT Delhi 2. Aditya Girish Chindhade from BITS Pilani Goa Campus 3. Advait Balaji from BITS Pilani Goa Campus 4. Amir Faraz from IIT Roorkee 5. Amruta Priyadarshini Nayak from IISER Pune 6. Anish Nirav Shah from BITS Pilani 7. Anuja Nitin Kibe

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2016 Indian Bose Scholars

Congratulations to all of our 2016 SN Bose Scholars: Prayash Panda from IIT Kharagpur Sayantan Duttam from IIT Kharagpur Ananth Kamath from IISc Bangalore Reshmi Dani from IIT Guwahati Shivanee Nagarajan from Anna University Santhoshini Velusamy from IIT Madras Aditi Sharma from PDPM IITDM Jabalpur Poovizhi Rengasamy from PSG College of Technology Coimbatore Ayan Biswas

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2016 US Bose Scholars

Congratulations to all of our 2016 US Bose Scholars!!!  Michaela Pfeiffer-Mundt from the University of Wisconsin Madison Abigail Smith from the University of Wisconsin Madison Jacob Poepping from the University of Wisconsin Madison Kayla Huemer from the University of Wisconsin Madison Shilpa Kalluru from the University of Wisconsin Madison Athavi Jeevananthan from the University of

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Call open for U.S. Bose Scholars Program

The U.S. Bose Scholars Program is an opportunity for U.S. students to participate in STEM based research in India for a summer. The program allows students a great deal of flexibility with respect to the specific area in which they would like to perform research, as well as the professor under whom they would like

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Khorana Scholars 2010 Embody Khorana Parivar

Harisha Rajanala and Aayushi Uberoi were selected for the Khorana Scholars Program in 2010 to conduct research at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW Madison). At the time of selection they were in the final year of B. Tech Biotechnology at NIT-Warangal and SRM University, respectively. “It was great being in the company of like-minded fellows

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MIT Student Commemorates Har Gobind Khorana

An enduring legacy of education and opportunity   The Khorana Program at MIT enables young Indian scientists to thrive. Jennifer Cherone | Department of Biology May 26, 2015 This is the story of a great man, the fundamental impact he had on modern molecular biology, and the legacy he has left behind for future Indian

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Symposium in New Delhi Unites Khorana, S.N. Bose, and Viterbi Body

Symposium in New Delhi Unites Khorana, S.N. Bose, and Viterbi Body The Khorana Program, the S.N. Bose Program, and the Viterbi program are summer exchange internships between the United States and India. All three programs run for 8-12 weeks from the end of May to the end of July, and participating students return to  India

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2015 Khorana Scholars

Congratulations to the 2015 Khorana Scholars, who are currently doing their internships in the U.S.! The list below indicates the student’s name, their school in India, and their host summer reserach institution on the right. 1. Harsha Gurnani – Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore – Brandeis University 2. Kaustav Bera – IIT Kharagpur – Case

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