Undergraduate symposium showcases ‘frontiers in medicine’

Johns Hopkins Institute for Nanobiotechnollgy’s Undergraduate Research Symposium, presented by the INBT Undergraduate Research Leadership, is scheduled for Thursday, November 10 from noon to 5 p.m. in the Glass Pavilion on the Homewood campus. The theme of the symposium is Frontiers in Medicine: Biological and Engineering Research. The event features invited student speaker talks, a poster session, an awards ceremony and light lunch.

Student Talks include the following: James Shamul, “Novel Micellar Drug Delivery System Using Poly(β-amino ester)–Poly(ethylene glycol) Copolymer;” Damian Cross, “Perileve: A Novel Management Method for Refractory Ascites;”Hayley Strasburger, “Noggin inhibits bmp signaling in oligodendrocyte progenitor cells to repress transdifferentiation into astrocytes; and Michael Pozin, “Heat Transfer Modeling for Femoroplasty Procedure.”

Please direct any questions to inbt.undergrads@gmail.com.

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INBT’S undergraduate research symposium is Nov 10 in the Glass Pavilion

Agenda

12:00 pm: Check in
12:45 pm: Welcome
1:00 pm: Student Talks
2:00 pm: 1st Poster Session
3:15 pm: 2nd Poster Session
4:30 pm: Awards

 

 

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