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BME graduate student wins travel award to participating in a rally for medical research

PhD Candidate, Nate Braman received a travel award to participate in the Rally for Medical Research Hill Day September 13 -14 in Washington, DC, as a member of the Coalition for the Life Sciences.

Held every September, this Capitol Hill Day event continues the momentum established in 2013, and includes nearly 300 national organizations coming together in support of the Rally for Medical Research. The purpose of the Rally is to call on our nation's policymakers to make funding for National Institutes of Health (NIH) a national priority and raise awareness about the importance of continued investment in medical research that leads to MORE PROGRESS, MORE HOPE and MORE LIVES SAVED.

For more information, please visit RallyForMedicalResearch.org