4 Indian Americans Receive 2012 New Innovator Awards

IndiaWest.com - The four Indian Americans and their respective projects are Harvinder Singh Gill, of Texas Tech University, for “Pollen Grains as Trojan Horses for Oral Vaccination”; Rahul M. Kohli, of the University of Pennsylvania, for “Combating Bacterial Drug Resistance by Targeting the Enzymes of Evolution”; Rajat Rohatgi, of Stanford University, for “Reconstructing Primary Cilia”; and Vikaas S. Sohal, of the University of California-San Francisco, for “Reverse Engineering the Prefrontal Microcircuit.”

Four Indian Americans were among the 50 researchers recently named as recipients of the 2012 New Innovator Awards.

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The four Indian Americans and their respective projects are Harvinder Singh Gill, of Texas Tech University, for “Pollen Grains as Trojan Horses for Oral Vaccination”; Rahul M. Kohli, of the University of Pennsylvania, for “Combating Bacterial Drug Resistance by Targeting the Enzymes of Evolution”; Rajat Rohatgi, of Stanford University, for “Reconstructing Primary Cilia”; and Vikaas S. Sohal, of the University of California-San Francisco, for “Reverse Engineering the Prefrontal Microcircuit.”

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