Clarissa Whitmire, a biomedical Ph.D. student working in the Garrett Stanley laboratory, has been awarded the J. Norman and Rosalyn Wells Fellowship. Her long term research objective is to quantify the dynamic encoding of sensory information from the periphery to perception and develop methodologies to control this flow of sensory information.
The J. Norman and Rosalyn Wells Fellowship is awarded to BME graduate students who are performing outstanding and productive research in the field of neuro-engineering. Clarissa has demonstrated excellence in her research, publishing 7 peer-reviewed publications and presenting over 30 oral and poster presentations at national and international conferences. She is also a natural mentor and teacher, successfully mentoring several undergraduates researchers and leading her training program.
Recent research news about Clarissa Whitmire:
Wallace H. Coulter Department of Biomedical Engineering
Georgia Institute of Technology