Anne Rocheleau receives a 2015 Cook Award
Anne Rocheleau, a graduate student in BME, was awarded a 2015 Cook Award. Anne is a Ph.D. student in the Michael King lab in biomedical engineering, and she plans to graduate this May. Her research involves computational modeling of protein adhesion important to inflammation. She holds a B.S. is in chemical engineering from Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA, and an M.S. in chemical engineering from Cornell in 2011. In addition Anne serves on the Cornell Engineering Diversity Advisory Council.
The Cook Award honors individuals who deserve recognition for their commitment to women's issues and their contributions to improving the climate for women at Cornell University, and is named in honor of the late Constance E. Cook, Cornell's first woman vice president, and the late Professor Emeritus Alice E. Cook, founding member of the Advisory Committee on the Status of Women.
Anne will be recognized for her achievements at the award luncheon on March 10th.