Hannah Receives CURO Research Assistantship

The Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities (CURO) allows students to pursue faculty-mentored research and receive course credit for this research. Recently, Karumbaiah Lab CURO undergraduate Hannah Mason received the CURO Research Assistantship stipend for her work comparing the composition of chondroitin sulfate glycosaminoglycans (CS-GAGs) in neural tissue and cartilage. This stipend is awarded each semester to 250 outstanding undergraduates throughout the university campus with specific numbers of CURO Research Assistantships being awarded to each college. Hannah received her award through the Biochemistry Department of Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. She hopes to use her award to attend and present her research at the Society for BiomaterialsĀ conference.


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