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Julia Sheffler’s Honor’s student and one of the CTBScience DIS students, Celina Meyer, was awarded the 2019 Garnet and Gold Scholar Society IDEA Grant for $4,000 for her project: “The Role of Adverse Childhood Experiences and Household Stability on the Development of Emotional Regulation in Adulthood.”

This is a prestigious award that funds an independent 8-12 week project that will be presented at the President’s Showcase of Undergraduate Research Excellence in the fall.

Julia Sheffler was awarded an FSU Translational Health Research Seed Grant for her project, “Early phase feasibility trial: Examining the effects of diet on genetic and psychosocial risks for Alzheimer’s disease.” These competitive awards are part of FSU’s commitment to growing translational research through its partnership with the University of Florida and the UF-FSU Clinical and Translational Science Award, funded by NIH’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences.