Michael D. Griswold Fellowship in Reproductive Biology

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In 1976, Dr. Griswold joined Washington State University, where he has had a long and productive career studying male reproductive biology, particularly in the function of Sertoli cells in spermatogenesis.  While at WSU, Dr. Griswold has received the Edward R. Meyer Professorship in Sciences, been Director of the School of Molecular Biosciences a and Dean of the College of Sciences.  Few scientists have had such an impact on the field of male reproductive biology as this visionary researcher, mentor, and administrator. His mentorship is to be admired, and the respect students show him is to be envied.

Funds provide fellowship stipends to one or more students within MBioS who are studying Reproductive Biology.


Learn more about the School of Molecular Biosciences and the Center for Reproductive Biology within the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Questions about giving? Contact Lynne Haley or 509-335-5021.

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