- Selection for the awards was highly competitive with only a fourth of the candidates receiving funding from a $1.8 million grant total.
- Grossoehme, an assistant professor of chemistry, received the award to conduct research on the “Biophysical Characterization of Metal Homeostasis in Multiple Antibiotic Producing Streptomyces coelicolor.”
Winthrop University, "Chemistry Professor Nick Grossoehme Receives Grant for Emerging Scientists" (2011). Winthrop News 2011. 87.