Young scientist wins first place presentation at the Annual Southeast Cell Science Symposium

Angelo e Andres, undergraduate student majoring in Chemistry, received first place poster presentation at the 11th Annual Southeast Cell Science Undergraduate Research Symposium hosted by St. Thomas University. This programs offers undergraduate biomedical/biological science students the opportunity to present their research findings in the subject of Microbiology, Cell Biology, Neuroscience/Psychology, Plant Sciences and Biochemistry/Chemistry. Angelo is part of Dr. Yuk-ching Tse-Dinh's research lab, and he will continue his graduate studies in the fall semester under the Edward E. Swissman Fellowship at the University of Kansas Medicinal Chemistry Program.

Congratulations to Angelo and the Tse-Dinh research group!