Biology students awarded first place honors at research symposium
Monday, December 09, 2013
SUNY Fredonia biology students Jordan Johnson and Maxwell DeNies were awarded first place honors at the Regional Science Consortium's 9th Annual Research Symposium.
The symposium was held Nov. 6 to 8 at the Tom Ridge Environmental Center at Presque Isle in Erie, Pa. The consortium, of which SUNY Fredonia is an Associate Member, has its home in the biological center located on the shores of Lake Erie, and is a collaborative non-profit organization that focuses on and coordinates educational and research projects for Lake Erie and the upper Ohio River Basin.
The two students presented a poster entitled, “Diet Induced Obesity Alters Skeletal Muscle Fiber Types of Male But Not Female Mice,” and were awarded First Place Overall in Undergraduate Poster Presentations.
DeNies also presented an oral presentation entitled, “The Power of Proteomics: A Study of Viral Mediated Post Translational Modification,” and was awarded First Place Overall in Undergraduate Oral Presentations.
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