Two Students in Dr. Marlowe Eldridge's Lab Receive Awards at APS Experimental Biology Meeting

Two UW-Madison undergraduate students in the lab of Marlowe Eldridge, MD, were recognized during the American Physiological Society’s Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego.

Caitlin Jarrard and Rachel Harradine were 2018 Barbara A. Horwitz and John M. Horowitz Outstanding Undergraduate Abstract Awardees. These awards are presented annually to undergraduate students presenting their research at the April 21-25 Experimental Biology event.

Jarrard also was awarded the Excellence in Undergraduate Research Awards based on her oral presentation.

Dr. Eldridge's lab centers its work on integrative cardiopulmonary physiology and pathophysiology.

Two other students, Alexandra Carl and Karly Katchen, who have worked in the Barnes Lab of the Bruno Balke Biodynamics Laboratory in the UW Department of Kinesiology, were also honored with both awards. 

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Above, from left: UW-Madison undergraduate students Karly Katchen, Alexandra Carl, Caitlin Jarrard and Rachel Harradine pose for a photo in at the Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego. Harradine and Jarrard are students in the lab of Marlowe Eldridge, MD.

Above, from left: UW-Madison undergraduate students Karly Katchen, Alexandra Carl, Caitlin Jarrard and Rachel Harradine pose for a photo in at the Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego. Harradine and Jarrard are students in the lab of Marlowe Eldridge, MD.