Kameron Harris, a postdoctoral fellow with UW Biology, has been selected as a Washington Research Foundation fellow. This fellowship funds 10 researchers who work in STEM fields to perform mentored research projects over the next three years. The fellowship will support Kameron in his work on expanding our understanding of brain wiring and activity using machine learning techniques. Read more about Kameron's research here.
The Washington Research Foundation aims to bring up to 10 highly creative and dedicated postdoctoral scientists each year to research institutions in Washington state to conduct groundbreaking work in the following fields: physical and life sciences, technology, engineering and math. Their ultimate goal is for their research to benefit the public by addressing unmet needs through products and services provided by startup companies located here in Washington state. The projects were selected to tackle some of the biggest challenges facing the public in areas including healthcare, climatology, and engineering.
Read the whole article in UW News.