Congratulations to Alyssa Matz and Keaton Karlinsey for receiving Predoctoral Research Awards from the American Heart Association! These highly competitive awards provide two years of full stipend support to carry out their innovative projects. Alyssa will apply her newly developed computational program to decipher B cell function in obesity. Keaton will develop a supernetwork-guided prediction model for cardiovascular disease risks in the diabetic population. Alyssa (Ph.D. candidate) and Keaton (M.D./Ph.D. candidate) are members of Dr. Beiyan Zhou’s lab.