Thesis defense by Kerrigan Tobin.
Cholinergic Modulation of Neural Crest Cell Development Dr. Kurt Svoboda Joseph J. Zilber School of Public Health University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
Epigenetic Mechanisms Adapt Gene Expression to Changing Development and Environmental Influences Dr. Frank Lyko German Cancer Research Center
The 20th Annual Phi Sigma Research Symposium will start at 8 a.m. at the Marriott Hotel & Conference Center. Dr. S. Hollis Woodard from University of California in Riverside, California, will be the keynote Sspeaker. Her research focuses on the behavior and physiology of native bees in rapidly changing and extreme environments. Oral and poster presentations will occur throughout the day.
Of Marvelous Atoms of Matter and MOOCs Dr. Darcy Gordon Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge, MA