Gül Dölen, M.D., Ph.D, a primary member in the Neuroscience Department and Wendy Klag Center affiliate, was named as 1 of the 15 Searle Scholars for 2015 for her research project "Synaptic and Circuit Mechanisms Underlying Social Reward Deficits in Autism.”
The pool of applicants included 186 recently appointed assistant professors from 126 universities and research institutions, according to the Searle Scholars program. Over the next three years, each of the 15 Searle Scholars will receive a total of $300,000 to support their work. Read more about the 15 new Searle Scholars and their research interests here, and more about the program overall here.
Congratulations Dr. Dölen!