Dr. Lola Oladeru Receives NIH/NMA Travel Award

Dr. Oluwadamilola OladeruAssistant Professor Lola Oladeru, MD, MA, MBA (right), an NIH/NMA Fellow, has been selected to receive a National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Medical Association (NMA) travel award.

The award provides air travel, hotel accommodations, and meals to recipients, who are required to attend a two-day NIH Workshop on Career Development in Academic Medicine and encouraged to attend the NMA’s Annual Convention and Scientific Assembly, which will take place July 30 – August 3 this year in Atlanta, GA.

In addition to the workshop, Dr. Oladeru will be speaking at the Radiation Oncology section of the National Medical Association Conference on Cancer Disparities in Incarcerated Patients.

Recipients of the NIH/NMA Travel Award are senior residents, fellows, and junior faculty who are interested in pursuing careers in biomedical research and/or academic medicine.

Congratulations, Dr. Oladeru!

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