Two Honors College students recently learned of their acceptances to present their research at national conferences:
Sujay Ratna, Biology ’22, will present at the National AMSA Conference In November. His topic Medical Students for Gun Safety: Why Gun Violence Matters for Premeds and Future Physicians was accepted as a talk for the American Medical Students Association Pre-med Fest November 23 – 24, 2019, at Texas A&M University. Sujay is being supported with a mini-grant from the Dean’s Office and funding from Office of Scholar Development and Fellowship Advising.
Ivy Tran, Biology ’20, was accepted to present a poster at the Rocky2019 conference December 5-7 at the Viceroy Hotel in Snowmass, Colorado . Her project is titled “A pan-cancer 3-gene signature to predict dormancy.” Ivy, also, has applied for financial support from both the Dean’s Office and Office of Scholar Development & Fellowship Advising.
These students demonstrate excellence by involving themselves in research both on campus and off. We are immensely proud of the work they are doing and we invite all members of our campus community to join us in congratulating these students.