MSI PIs Awarded UM Informatics Institute Fellowships

posted July 10, 2014

Several MSI Principal Investigators recently received Transdisciplinary Faculty Fellowships from the University of Minnesota Informatics Institute (UMII). This award, which is given to recently promoted associate professors, will enable the recipients to provide leadership in transdisciplinary collaborative projects at the interface of informatics and an application area.

Six Fellowships were awarded, and four of the recipients are MSI PIs. They are:

Marshall Hampton (University of Minnesota Duluth, Department of Mathematics and Statistics) See a description of Professor Hampton’s work using MSI.

Adrian Hegeman (Departments of Horticulture Science and Plant Biology; Microbial and Plant Genomics Institute) See a description of Professor Hegeman’s MSI work using MSI.

Mihailo Jovanovic (Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering) See a description of Professor Jovanovic’s work using MSI.

Molly McCue (Department of Veterinary Population Medicine; Microbial and Plant Genomics Institute) See a description of Professor McCue’s work using MSI.

Read more about these awards on the OVPR’s Inquiry blog