Petes Receives 2010 Outstanding Postdoctoral Mentor Award
Durham N.C. (October 2010) — Thomas D. Petes, PhD, Minnie Geller Professor in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology, has been named the 2010 Outstanding Postdoctoral Mentor at Duke University. The Outstanding Postdoctoral Mentor Award, established in 2006, recognizes that an exemplary mentor serves not only as a teacher, but as an advisor, advocate, and role model to postdoctoral fellows throughout their professional training.
Petes received the award at the fifth annual Postdoctoberfest on Friday, October 8. The award was presented by Sally Kornbluth, PhD, Vice Dean for Research, and Anne West, MD, PhD, Faculty Advisor for the Duke University Postdoctoral Association (DUPA).
For detailed information, please visit Thomas Petes, PhD on the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology web site.