2000 Outstanding Scientific Achievements by a Young Investigator
Sridevi Devaraj, PhD, FACB, will receive the 25th annual award, sponsored by Roche Diagnostics Corp. Dr. Devaraj graduated from the University of Madras, India. Thereafter she trained in the areas of clinical biochemistry and nutrition. She undertook fellowships at the Center for Human Nutrition and in the Division of Clinical Chemistry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. She then joined the faculty of The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas in 1997 as an Instructor. She currently is Assistant Professor of Pathology and Associate Director of the Chemistry Laboratory at Parkland Health and Hospital Systems, Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Devaraj’s major research interests are the clinical biochemistry of atherosclerosis and its modulation by antioxidants. She recently received a Beginning Grant in Aid from the American Heart Association. To date, she has 51 original papers and invited reviews that have been published or are in press in the areas of nutrition, atherosclerosis, and metabolism. She has received awards for her work, including the George Grannis Award from the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry and the Merck Young Investigator Award for Atherosclerosis. She currently is a Fellow of the American Heart Association and the National Academy of Clinical Biochemistry, and is a member of AACC.
1998 The George F. Grannis Award For Excellence In Research And Scientific Publication
Sridevi Devaraj, PhD, FACB was honored with AACC's 1998 George F. Grannis Award For Excellence In Research And Scientific Publication.