Alumni Career Stories: Courtney Bricker-Anthony
The Vanderbilt Basic Sciences newsletter Basically Speaking: News From Basic Sciences, will be featuring career stories from graduate students and postdocs who have benefited from put ASPIRE program. Check out the first post here on Courtney Bricker-Anthony
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Vanderbilt is one of only ten institutions nationwide to have received a Broadening Experiences in Scientific Training (BEST) award from the NIH. Through this funding, the Biomedical Research Education and Training (BRET) Office created its ASPIRE (Augmenting Scholar Preparation and Integration with Research-Related Endeavors) career development program. Since its inception in 2013, ASPIRE has touched the lives of numerous graduate students and postdocs as they pursued a wide range of career goals. To highlight the successes of these students and postdocs, Basically Speaking will be sharing their stories.