Nalini Singh, an HST MEMP PhD candidate, (S.B. 2017), has been awarded a 2021 Google Fellowship for Health research. The research provides a multi-year fellowship, full tuition and a stipend for living expenses, and a research mentor. Singh is studying computer science, machine learning, signal processing, computer vision, and magnetic resonance imaging, and is in the Medical Vision Group lab at the MIT Computer Science & Artificial Intelligence Lab (CSAIL), under the supervision of IMES affiliate faculty member, Polina Golland, a professor of electrical engineering and computer science, MIT. According to Google, the fellowship program was created to recognize outstanding graduate students doing exceptional and innovative research in areas relevant to computer science and related fields. Fellowships support promising PhD candidates of all backgrounds who seek to influence the future of technology. Google’s mission is to foster inclusive research communities and encourages people of diverse backgrounds to apply, offering fellowships in Africa, Australia, Canada, East Asia, Europe, India, New Zealand, Southeast Asia and the United States.