UB Grad Wins Inaugural SUNY Doctoral Fellowship

A University at Buffalo student who took a circuitous route from undergraduate psychology major to cancer-researcher-in-training received one of four inaugural Doctoral Diversity Fellowships in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) awarded by State University of New York’s Office of Diversity and Educational Equity.

Carlos Cedeno, a Buffalo resident, will receive an annual $20,000 stipend for three years to support research and professional development. He will use the fellowship to enter UB’s Molecular Pharmacology and Cancer Therapeutics Doctoral Program at Roswell Park Cancer Institute in fall 2009.

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