Graduate Program in Neuroscience

April 26, 2019

Neuroscience Student, Alec Gibson, named Husky 100

The Husky 100 is composed of 100 different University of Washington undergraduate and graduate students across the Bothell, Seattle, and Tacoma campuses. These 100 students are honored for making the most of their time while here at the UW.

This  spring, the graduate Neuroscience program had one student receive the designation as part of the Husky 100. Alec Gibson (also an MSTP student) was honored as a student who is working to better the UW campus, Washington state, and the world.

Alec currently works in John Neumaier’s lab and was the co-founder of the LGBTQ Health Pathway at the UW school of Medicine. Alec devotes his time and energy to enhance medical education and to creating a more equitable healthcare system

Congratulations to our extremely devoted PhD student, Alec Gibson!