MacKillop Institute researcher recipient of two awards
MacKillop Institute Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Dr Joshua Wiley, has recently received two research awards.
Dr Wiley received a Young Investigator Award to attend a colloquium for “rising stars in psychosomatic medicine” from the American Psychosomatic Society. The award includes travel funding to Denver, Colorado, and the opportunity to network with senior mentors and other young investigators in the field during the annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society in March 2016.
Additionally, Dr Wiley has been named a Pilot Awardee from the National Institutes of Health funded Stress Measurement Network for his research on the effects of psychosocial stress and stress buffers on health. He will travel to Chicago in March 2016 to present his findings to a panel of internationally renowned health researchers and representatives from the National Institutes of Health.
You can read more about Dr Joshua Wiley’s research here.