North Carolina State University - Department Of Genetics

The Program in Genetics consists of a highly interactive group of scientists with foci in quantitative, developmental and computational genetics. The program also administers outstanding undergraduate and graduate training programs in genetics, partly supported by an NIH training grant on 'The Genetic Architecture of Quantitative Traits'.

Program in Genetics

News

04 Mon 2012

Students win teaching and research awards at the 36th Annual Genetics Graduate Student Symposium Outstanding Teaching Apprentice awards were presented to Sarah Cash, Laura Constance and April Wynn, and Outstanding Research Presentation Awards were presented Juan Rosario (Advanced Student Award) and Jessica Nye (First Year Student Award) at the 36th Annual Genetics Graduate Student Symposium.

Teaching apprenticeship and research presentation awards were presented at the 36th Annual Genetics Graduate Student Symposium held on February 27, 2012.

Outstanding Teaching Apprentice awards were presented to Sarah Cash, Laura Constance and April Wynn for their outstanding teaching in GN 311P, the recitation and problem session that accompanies GN 311. Sarah is a PhD student in Dr. Fred Gould's lab, April a Phd student in Dr. Bob Frank's lab and Laura is in the Master of Physiology program.

The award for Outstanding Research Presentation by an advanced student was presented Juan Rosario for his talk on 'The Role of Disco in Specification of the Drosophila Leg'. Juan is a PhD student in Dr. Jim Mahaffey's lab. The award for Outstanding Research Presentation by a first year student was presented to Jessica Nye for her talk on 'Genome-Wide Association Mapping of Heart Rate in Drosophila'. Jessica is a PhD student in Dr. Trudy Mackay's lab.

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