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Yesterday was the 11th annual IGP Symposium, where over 100 students from all 4 programs (NGP, MCDB, OSBP, Biophysics) of the Life Sciences Interdisciplinary Graduate Program showcased their research.
The 16th annual OSUWMC Trainee Research Day took place on Thursday, April 13th, featuring poster presentations and research talks by graduate students and post docs, as well as undergraduate students, clinical residents, and research fellows.
Kaitlin, a student in Dr. Karl Obreitan's lab, has been chosen as a recipient of a Presidential Fellowship, which is the most prestigious award given out by the Graduate School. This competitive fellowship provides a full year of funding for a student to finish their dissertation.
Congratulations to the following neuroscience students that recieved their doctoral degrees during the summer 2016 semester:
Neuroscience Graduate Program students Jeremy Borniger, Yasmine Cisse, Monica Gaudier-Diaz and William Walker published a commentary article in Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience.