Congratulations to Roksana Azad, a 4th year CUNY Biochemistry Ph.D. student in the lab, on successfully getting an NIH NRSA F31 predoctoral fellowship!  Notably, Roksana’s a CUNY alumna as well as a current student, having done her undergraduate work at York College.  This grant will support her research into the mechanisms of nutrient regulation of several eukaryotic kinases, giving her excellent training opportunities in integrative structural biology and biochemistry.  She’s also an outstanding ambassador for the lab and structural biology overall via her participation in a range of initiative- and building-wide programs to share her work and experience.  Congratulations, Roksana!