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Xiongyi Huang receives HHMI International Student Fellowship

Xiongyi Huang, a rising fourth year graduate student in the Groves Lab, has been awarded a 2013 Howard Hughes Medical Institute International Student Research Fellowship.
This fellowship recognizes Xiongyi's exceptional academic and personal achievements and reflects HHMI’s confidence in his great potential to become a leader in academic science.

"I will focus on developing novel catalytic systems for late-stage fluorination as well as for 18F labeling of molecules of biological and pharmaceutical importance," says Xiongyi about his research.

The HHMI International Student Research Fellowships are designed to facilitate the research training of outstanding international predoctoral students in the biomedical and related sciences, including physical and mathematical sciences.
This fellowship program supports outstanding international predoctoral students studying in the United States, and participation is by invitation only.
More information on the HHMI International Student Research Fellows can be found at www.hhmi.org/news/hhmi-selects-42-international-student-research-fellows