Daniel Dodd wins Prestigious Presidential Fellowship through Ohio State
Updated: Jul 29, 2022
Daniel Dodd, a third-year graduate student in the Gallego-Perez Nanomedicine Lab, was awarded Ohio State's Presidential Fellowship, the most prestigious graduate fellowship the university awards.
Ohio State has awarded Daniel Dodd, a third-year graduate student in the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program, with its Presidential Fellowship. This fellowship is the most prestigious graduate fellowship that the school awards.
The fellowship is awarded to two students from each of the graduate school's programs. According to the Graduate School, "the Presidential Fellowship gives fellows one year, 3 consecutive semesters, of full-time financial support. This support is provided so fellows can complete their dissertations or terminal degree projects and to graduate unimpeded by other duties."
"It is an amazing honor to represent the Nanomedicine Lab, the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program, and the Graduate School as a Presidential Fellow." - Daniel Dodd
Daniel will use the fellowship to support the remainder of his dissertation work. His work focuses on using myeloid immune cells as therapeutic targets for various pathological conditions. His current projects look to deploy engineered myeloid immune cells in ischemic strokes.