Check out this article featuring Oshin Tyagi and her recent recognition for her research efforts! Through the Dr. Milden J. Fox Jr. ’69 and Mary P. Fox ’73 Fellowship, Oshin was awarded for her active participation in the department and good academic standing!
Oshin also received a $10,000 grant from the Southwest Center for Occupational and Environmental Health Pilot Projects Research Training Program, funded by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health. The program supports novel research ideas by new faculty and senior graduate students planning a career in academia. Oshin will serve as the Principal Investigator for the research project to investigate the role of exoskeletons in reducing back injuries in occupations such as emergency response and health care.
Way to go Oshin Tyagi! Your leadership and dedication to your work make you a wonderful candidate for the fellowship and grant. Congratulations.
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