Congratulations to all four student researchers from the lab! From left to right: Liam Gibbs (B.S.), Thomas Washington (M.S.), Clancy McIntyre (B.S.), Michael Seaman. Not shown: Megan Stone (B.S.).
Bri Ports is one of two graduate students named as the most outstanding Teaching Assistant in the Bayer School of Natural & Environmental Sciences for the 2021-22 academic year, shown here (right) along with Provost David Daucey. Congratulations on earning this well-deserved award!
Clancy McIntyre was one of three graduating seniors in the Department of Biological Sciences to successfully complete a senior honors thesis this year. Great job!
Megan, Abby, and Taylor (left to right) present their research on the transcriptional regulation of the relaxin hormone at the Duquesne University Undergraduate Research and Scholarship Symposium. Clancy and Liam also presented their research (not shown). And all of these hard-working students also presented their work at the regional Tri-Beta conference. Great job to all!
Thomas Washington presents his thesis research, in partial fulfillment of his MS in Forensic Science & Law, on April 2, 2022.
Congratulations on a successful defense!
Clancy McIntyre and Liam Gibbs are presenting at the National Council on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) April 5, 2022 on their research into the evolution and function of the primate semenogelin proteins.
Taylor McClure, Abby Maus, and Megan Stone are also presenting at NCUR April 5, 2022 on their research into the functional effects of human allelic variation at the relaxin hormone gene.