Catherine Kim places top three at international student scientist competition

The entire Tatonetti Lab is proud to congratulate Catherine Kim on her top three placing at the Society for Science and Regeneron International Student Scientist Competition. Catherin was awarded the a Regeneron Young Scientist Award with a cash prize of $50,000 for her work in the Tatonetti Lab titled “Novel Prediction of Adverse Drug Reactions and Underlying Pathological Mechanisms via Hierarchical Classification.” As for what Catherin is up to next? Well she has accepted a spot at Brown where she will be begin her undergraduate academic career. All of us here in the lab are so excited to see what Catherine does next!

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