2020 UMass Medical School Research Retreat

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2020-10-27

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The Dan Mullen Poster Awards to best graduate student posters at the research retreat, presented by:

Dr. Kendall L. Knight, Associate Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Dr. Mary Ellen Lane, Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

2020 Dan Mullen Poster Award winners:

Emily Agnello (Brian Kelch lab) – “Investigating the Self Assembly and Structural Features of a Thermophilic Bacteriophage”

Hao-Ching Jiang (Paul Greer lab) – “Analyzing the Role of MS4A1 in Olfaction”

Christine Carbone (Andrei Korostelev lab) – “Time-resolved Cryo-EM Visualizes Ribosomal Translocation with EF-G and GTP”

Naema Nayyar (Michael Brehm lab) – “Intracranial Responses to Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in Pre-clinical Models of Melanoma Brain Metastasis”

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University of Massachusetts Medical School, Research Retreat

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Oct 27th, 8:45 AM

Presentation: The Dan Mullen Awards for Best Posters

The Dan Mullen Poster Awards to best graduate student posters at the research retreat, presented by:

Dr. Kendall L. Knight, Associate Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

Dr. Mary Ellen Lane, Dean, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences

2020 Dan Mullen Poster Award winners:

Emily Agnello (Brian Kelch lab) – “Investigating the Self Assembly and Structural Features of a Thermophilic Bacteriophage”

Hao-Ching Jiang (Paul Greer lab) – “Analyzing the Role of MS4A1 in Olfaction”

Christine Carbone (Andrei Korostelev lab) – “Time-resolved Cryo-EM Visualizes Ribosomal Translocation with EF-G and GTP”

Naema Nayyar (Michael Brehm lab) – “Intracranial Responses to Immune Checkpoint Inhibitors in Pre-clinical Models of Melanoma Brain Metastasis”