Please join the Pharmacology Department in congratulating Adishesh “Adi” Narahari of the Bayliss Lab, for being the recipient of the 2021 Outstanding Pharmacology Graduate Student and Robert Haynes Award! For this honor, Adi will receive $500, a certificate, and an engraved Jefferson Cup, all of which will be announced virtually at this year’s GBS Symposium on June 23, 2021. Adi is recognized by the Pharmacology Graduate Committee for the scientific merit of his doctoral research, his scientific productivity, his academic performance, and his outstanding leadership skills. He recently presented his dissertation defense seminar titled, “ATP and Large Signaling Metabolites Flux Through Caspase-activated Pannexin 1 Channels” on Tuesday, March 30, 2021.
As a recipient of the 2021 Outstanding Pharmacology Graduate Student Award, Adi is also the department’s nominee for the Michael J. Peach Outstanding Graduate Student Award and Jill E. Hungerford Prize in Biomedical Sciences. These prestigious awards recognize the accomplishments of our most talented and creative senior students across the School of Medicine, and we are excited to have Adi as this year’s nominee for these well-deserved prizes.
Please be sure to join us at the GBS Symposium on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 to root Adi on! The Pharmacology department is very proud of all of Adi’s accomplishments! Way to go, Adi!