Congratulations to undergraduate student Thea Ornstein (BIOE '19) for being selected to receive the BMES Student Travel Award! This award will provide funds to support her travel to the annual BMES Meeting in Atlanta, GA, in October. Thea will be presenting her research on nuclear confinement at the meeting. Congrats, Thea!
Congratulations to PhD student Kelsey Gray, who was selected to receive the BMES Career Development Award! This award will provide complimentary registration to the 2018 annual BMES Meeting, as well as $600 towards travel expenses for the conference. Congrats, Kelsey!
Congratulations to PhD students Marina (Shumakovich) Pranda, Kelsey Gray, and Becca Moriarty, who were selected to give oral presentations at the annual BMES Meeting in October!
Also congratulations to undergraduate student Thea Ornstein (BIOE '19) who will be presenting a poster at the meeting!
Also note - Dr. Stroka is chairing the Cellular and Molecular Bioengineering Track for the conference, and our very own Department Chair John Fisher is this year's BMES Meeting Co-Chair!
We are all looking forward to the meeting!