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Adrian leads team to the Final Four of the EMGS Bioinformatics Challenge

Preethi wins Best Presentation award at the 2021 Genomic Science Symposium!

Preethi Thunga won the Best Presentation award at the 2021 Genomic Sciences Symposium for her lightning talk (oral) presentation entitled: "High-throughput chemical hazard identification using behavioral assessments in zebrafish" 

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Farida's presentation wins Reviewer's Choice Award at ASHG Annual Meeting

Reviewers' Choice Award Winner (Top 10% of all posters):

F. Akhtari, G. Small, T. Havener, K. Roell, A. Green, J. House, D. Reif, H. McLeod, T. Wiltshire, A. Motsinger-Reif. High-throughput screening and genome-wide analyses of 44 anticancer drugs in the 1000 Genome cell lines reveals an associa…

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David promoted to full Professor

David Reif was promoted to full Professor by the Department of Biological Sciences.

Paper on social behavior effects of flame retardants (Gillera et al.) recognized as NIEHS Extramural Paper of the Month

https://factor.niehs.nih.gov/2020/1/papers/dert/index.htm

 

Gillera SEA, Marinello WP, Horman BM, Phillips AL, Ruis MT, Stapleton HM, Reif DM, Patisaul HB. 2019. Sex-specific effects of perinatal FireMaster 550 (FM 550) exposure on socioemotional behavior in prairie voles. Neurotoxicol Tera…

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Marissa wins award for presentation at International Neurotoxicology Association meeting in Germany

Marissa Kosnik won an INA student poster award for her poster presentation at the International Neurotoxicology Association meeting in Dusseldorf, Germany.

Marissa Kosnik wins travel award to attend ASHG

Marissa Kosnik earned a Graduate Student Association award to support her travel to and presentation at the ASHG annual meeting in San Diego. 
 
 

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Marissa wins an ISES-ISEE Travel Award

Marissa Kosnik earned an award to support her travel to and presentation at the ISES-ISEE joint meeting in Montreal. 

Marissa's ASHG submission awarded "Reviewer's Choice"

Marissa Kosnik's submission to the 2018 American Society of Human Genetics (ASHG) meeting in San Diego has been selected as a  Reviewers’ Choice Abstract. It means that the abstract scored in the top 10% of poster abstracts as determined by the reviewers’ score.

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