Congratulations to Pharmacology Postdoctoral Fellow Sarah Bulin, Ph.D., for receiving the SALSI Neuroscience Postdoctoral Fellowship!!!

Sarah Bulin, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Fellow Sarah Bulin, Ph.D., was awarded the San Antonio Life Sciences Institute (SALSI) Neuroscience Postdoctoral Fellowship. As part of a SALSI commitment to the research training pipeline, the SALSI Postdoctoral Scholar program will support a one-year neuroscience fellowship at the UT Health San Antonio. This SALSI Postdoctoral Scholar program is conducted under the umbrella of the Center for Biomedical Neuroscience (CBN), an Organized Research Unit recognized by the University of Texas System, with input from the Vice President for Research Office of Postdoctoral Affairs.

Candidates for the SALSI Postdoctoral Scholar are outstanding early career scientists within the first three years of postdoctoral research training after graduation from a doctoral program. Scholars may be from a wide range of biomedical research training laboratories at UT Health San Antonio; however, the focus of their research must involve the neurosciences. The program is open to all qualified postdoctoral applicants (national and international) at UT Health San Antonio.

The Awardee is expected to participate in SALSI-sponsored events, such as the annual SALSI Innovation Forum, and to provide input to SALSI procedural activities/processes, such as the implementation of SALSI funding opportunities. Awardees must submit a semi-annual report of progress. Awardees must present their research at the annual San Antonio Postdoctoral Research Forum (SAPRF) and to at least one research Institution in the San Antonio area.

The title of Sarah's propsal is: 'Mechanisms behind cognitive deficits from chronic stress: Comparing the mPFC and OFC'. Dr. Bulin conducts research in the lab of David Morilak, Ph.D., CBN Director and Pharmacology Professor.

Congratulations Dr. Bulin!