March 15, 2016
Undergrad Daphne Schlesinger receives PURA fellowship
BME sophomore Daphne Schlesinger has been awarded a Provost Undergraduate Research Award (PURA) for the 2015–16 academic year. The award will provide a $2,500 fellowship to support Schlesinger’s research, which will be dispersed under her sponsor, Dr. Jordan Green.
Schlesinger’s research project seeks to develop microscale polymer needles for improved drug and vaccine administration.
Daphne will participate next spring in the PURA poster session and recognition ceremony.
Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering congratulates Daphne on receiving a PURA fellowship award and wishes the researchers continued success.
The Johns Hopkins Department of Biomedical Engineering applauds the accomplishments of BME undergraduate students.