Sydney Nguyen, PhD trainee in the Golos Lab and UW-Madison Endocrinology and Reproductive Physiology program, will soon publish the paper “Impact of Ferumoxytol Magnetic Resonance Imaging on the Rhesus Macaque Maternal-Fetal Interface" in Biology of Reproduction! Nguyen, recipient of the 2019 Ob-Gyn Douglas Laube Best Graduate Trainee Award, was first author; Ted Golos, PhD, is senior author; and Human Placenta Project co-PI Dinesh Shah, MD is also a co-author.
Nguyen, as well as Golos Lab trainee Bryce Wolfe, were UW-Madison nominees for the Schmidt Science Fellows award, an international competition for cross-disciplinary postdoctoral fellowships.
Jenna Kropp Schmidt, PhD, earned an NIH K99 Pathways to Independence award entitled "Primate-specific miRNAs in Embryonic and Placental Development.” Ted Golos, PhD is the primary mentor, and Aleks Stanic, MD, PhD is on the mentor team.
And last but not least, Golos was named a Vilas Distinguished Achievement Professor by the UW-Madison Office of the Provost.