Raymond-Pope awarded trainee position on Institutional T32 Musculoskeletal Research Training Program

Christiana Raymond-Pope, PhD

Christiana Raymond-Pope, PhD, a postdoctoral fellow in the School of Kinesiology’s Skeletal Muscle Plasticity and Regeneration Laboratory directed by Sarah Greising, PhD, was awarded a trainee position on the Institutional T32 Musculoskeletal Research Training Program. This Institutional training grant is supported by NIH and broadly supports trainees across research careers as basic scientists or clinical investigators studying the causes and treatments of musculoskeletal diseases.

Dr. Raymond-Pope is a graduate of the School of Kinesiology with her MS and PhD in the focus area of exercise physiology.