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Two Biology Students Win National Research Grants

December 6, 2019

Matthew Kaiser and Evan Gundell, undergraduate biology students at St. John Fisher College, are winners of the competitive 2019-2020 TriBeta Research Grant Awards. In all, the students have received grants totaling $1,100 in support of their undergraduate academic research at Fisher.

Matthew Kaiser and Evan Gundell

The grants are given by the Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta) Research Scholarship Foundation. A national biology honor society.

Kaiser, whose mentor is Assistant Professor Dr. Kaitlin Bonner, was awarded $500 and Gudell, whose mentor is Associate Professor Dr. Kevin Callahan, was awarded $600.

“I am grateful to have been awarded the TriBeta grant,” said Kaiser. “This grant has provided me with funds to promote my undergraduate research with a dental focus, and allowed me to broaden my knowledge of in the field prior to dental school.”