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WINStep Team Member Visits India

During the summer of 2019, our Program Coordinator, Lexi had an opportunity to visit India for a few weeks. She was traveling mostly in Southern India, spending time with friends and volunteering with different people who had charitable programs. Below are some photos from Lexi’s trip including eating on a banana leaf, visiting friends, visiting

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2019 Khorana Fellow’s Work Presented

Cheshta Bhatia, student at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Mohali- India, is a Khorana fellow this year, 2019 . She is currently a Khorana intern at Harvard University who did a previous summer internship with Dr. Lav Varshney at the University of Illinois – Urbana Champaign. Read more to find out how

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2019 Khorana Bose Luncheon: Madison, WI

On June 30th, 2019 SN Bose and Khorana scholars who are doing their research internship at the University of Wisconsin Madison come together with the founders of WINStep Forward, Aseem Ansari and Naveeda, as well as former scholars for a lunch at local Indian restaurant in Madison WI. This is a sweet time of community,

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2019 US Bose Announcements

Congratulations to all of our 2019 US Bose Scholars: Bronte Ellsworth from Arizona State University Grace Gasper from the University of Notre Dame Ella Norris from the University of Wisconsin Madison Ian Arthur from the University of Wisconsin Madison Lauren Raasch from the University of Wisconsin Madison Arnav Mohanty from the University of Texas at Austin,

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2019 Khorana Scholar Announcements

Congratulations to all of our 2019 Khorana Scholars: Abhishek Kumar from Homi Bhabha National Institute, Mumbai Ahmad Ozair from King George Medical University, Lucknow Akshina Jindal from Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani Alan Varghese from Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore Amartya Pradhan from Netaji Subhas University of Technology, New Delhi Aniket Deb from

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2019 SN Bose Scholar Announcements

Congratulations to all of our 2019 SN Bose Scholars! Aarush Gupta from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee Abha Kumari from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur Abhijit Pravin Chaudhari from Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Banaras Hindu University Aditya Varma Yalamanchili from Indian Institute of Information Tehnology, Design and Manufacturing (IIITDM), Chennai Agam Gupta

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The Consul General of the Chicago Consulate visits Madison

WINStep Forward and Namaste Madison recently hosted a Meet and Greet in Madison, WI for the new Consul General of the Chicago Consulate, Shri Sudhakar Dalela. The new appointed Consul has been meeting with the regional Indian diaspora on his travels across the midwestern states under the Chicago Consulate’s jurisdiction. His first visit to Madison,

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2018 Khorana Scholar : Dibin Baby Co-Authors Paper

2018 Khorana Scholar Dibin Baby Co-Authors a Paper at University of Maryland Improving plant genome editing with high-fidelity xCas9 and non-canonical PAM-targeting Cas9-NG Abstract Engineered SpCas9 variants, namely xCas9 and Cas9-NG, have shown promising potential on improving targeting specificity and broadening the targeting range. In this study, we evaluated these Cas9 variants in the model

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US Scholars Receive Fulbright: Return to India

WINStep Forward wants to congratulate and call to attention two former US Bose Scholars, Hannah Lider (2015) and Kayla Huemer (2016) for both being awarded a US Fulbright Research Grant in the Fall of 2018! For Hannah, this will be her third time returning to India. Hannah went back to India for her second time

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2018 Scholar Receives the Gold Prize of the “DTS Student Research Award”

2018 Khorana Scholar Divya Choudhary interning at Harvard John A Paulson SEAS in the Doyle lab working on two projects. The first project will be published soon and the second project’s research abstract won an award in Diabetes Technology meeting. The project was titled “Activity Detection and Activity Level Categorization in Free-Living Subjects with Type 1 Diabetes.”

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