Monks earns NSERC prize

Feb 21, 2002, vol.23, no.4

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Doctoral graduate Ashley Monks' research on how hormones affect the sexual differentiation of the nervous system has earned him a 2002 Natural Sciences and Engineering Council (NSERC) doctoral prize.

This is the second consecutive year that an SFU student has been among the top four science and engineering PhD students in Canada to receive this prestigious award. Monks graduated from SFU in fall 2001 with a PhD in psychology. He is now a postdoctoral fellow in the neuroscience program at Michigan State University. The NSERC doctoral prize includes a $5,000 cash prize and a silver medal.

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