Stony Brook undergraduates win awards at a national Biomedical Research Conference
Drs. Jennie Williams and Dan Moloney from Stony Brook University brought a record number of twenty-two undergraduate students from Stony Brook’s BioPREP and MARC programs to the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) in San Jose, California in November 2012.
MARC fellows, Kevin Chavez (photo: left) and Deborah Kim (photo: middle), received awards for their cancer biology research posters. Kevin is a junior majoring in Biology and is conducting research in Dr. Laurie Krug’s laboratory (department of Microbiology). Deborah is a junior majoring in Clinical Sciences and is conducting research in Dr. Jian Cao’s laboratory (department of Medicine). Dr. Dan Moloney (photo: right) is the MARC fellowship program director.
BioPREP student, Nicole Yu from Queensborough Community College received an award for her microbiology research poster. Nicole was mentored by Dr. Dan Moloney (department of Biochemistry) in the summer of 2012.
December 6th: Registration for Protein Modeling Comptetion
January 29: Registration for North America Computational Linguistics Olympiad
November 22: Geology Open Night: "Exotic chemistry at extreme conditions: from new materials to models of planetary interiors" (Dr. Artem Oganov)
December 6: Astronomy Open Night: "The Hunt for Dark Matter" (Dr. Rouven Essig)
January 30: North American Computational Linguistics Olympiad (NACLO) Round One
February 28: Protein Modeling Challenge