Kaoud Honored by UT Coop
Tamer Kaoud, recent Ph.D. graduate in pharmacy, has been named recipient of the William S. Livingston Outstanding Graduate Student Academic Employee Award. The announcement was made at the May 16 University Co-op Michael H. Granof Awards for Excellence in Graduate Education. He was one of three finalists for the annual award.
Kaoud, served as a graduate research assistant, while he worked toward his Ph.D. under the supervision of Dr. Kevin Dalby, associate professor of medicinal chemistry. It was Kaoud's work in this position that earned him the Livingston Award. Following his graduation, he will continue in Dalby's lab as a postdoctoral researcher. His dissertation was titled "Regulation and Inhibition of Map Kinases."
The Granof Awards are named for Dr. Michael H. Granof, the Ernst & Young professor of accounting and chairperson of the University Coop Board of Directors. He has been a member of the UT Austin faculty since 1972 specializing in governmental and not-for-profit accounting.