Awards

June 2016 – Stephanie and Jacqueline Receive 2016 Wagner Fellowships

Huge congratulations to Stephanie and Jacqueline, who were selected for the 2016 Robert R. Wagner Fellowship Awards! They were selected by the Directors of Graduate Studies from a highly competitive pool based on their outstanding performance at UVA. More information is available HERE.

May 2016 – Jacqueline Appointed to Infectious Diseases Training Grant

Congratulations to Jacqueline, who was selected for a second year of predoctoral support by the NIH Infectious Diseases Training Grant (T32 AI007046)!

Criss Lab EPSTI Collaboration

September 2014 – the U19 “Ecopathogenomics of sexually transmitted infections” was funded by the National Institutes of Health. Alison is a collaborator for all projects in this multi-project systems biology grant. Click here for more information about EPSTI.

NIH Grant funded

August 2014 – R21 AI110889, “Gonococcal Nuclease Mediated Escape from Neutrophil Extracellular Traps” (Alison Criss, PI) was funded by the National Institutes of Health

Criss lab members appointed to Training Grants

July 2014 – Congratulations to Stephanie and Jacqueline for appointment to the Infectious Diseases and the Medical Scientist Training Program training grants, respectively!

UVA Medical Scientist Training Program Student in the Lab

April 2014 – We welcome Jacqueline Stevens to the Criss Lab! Jacqueline received her undergraduate degree from UVA and is currently a MD/PhD candidate in the UVA Medical Scientist Training Program.

Kylene is awarded Hutcheson Fund Stipend

March 2014 – Kylene was awarded a stipend from the Hutcheson Fund to support her Summer 2014 research in the Criss lab on mechanisms of gonococcal internalization by human neutrophils. Congratulations, Kylene!

UVA Infectious Diseases Training Grant!

2012: Congratulations to Jonathan Handing and Rick Juneau for appointment to the UVA Infectious Diseases Training Grant!