Roma Kaul selected as Presidential Ambassador Scholar to represent the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences!
Cell Systems and Anatomy IMGP Graduate Student Roma Kaul has been selected by the GSBS Award Committee to be the next Presidential Ambassador Scholar to represent the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
Each year, the Graduate School selects a student to receive a UTHSCSA Presidential Ambassador Scholarship. The student is awarded $2,000 and will be asked to fulfill the following requirements for one year beginning in April, 2017:
- Participate in distinguished events such as the Presidential Distinguished Lecture and Presidential Awards Ceremony, the annual visit by the Executive Vice Chancellor of Health Affairs for the UT System, the Health Science Center Gala and other events.
- Assist the Deans in promoting their school in whatever ways deemed appropriate by the Dean.
- Address the Development Board to give members an idea of the quality of students at the UTHSCSA.
- Occasionally serve as a student representative at community events.
Roma is a third year IBMS Cancer Biology Graduate Student, currently conducting research in the lab of Pharmacology Professor, Greehey Distinguished Chair in Targeted Molecular Therapeutics (GCCRI) and Co-leader of Experimental and Developmental Therapeutics (CTRC) Susan Mooberry, Ph.D..