GPGG Students Win Awards at GSI Symposium

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November 7th, 2014

Fourth from the left: Akshaya Ramesh Second from the right: Dana Lau Corona

3rd from left- Andrew Hoss; 4th from the left- Akshaya Ramesh;
2nd from the right- Dana Lau Corona

Two students from the Graduate Program in Genetics and Genomics, Dana Lau Corona and Akshaya Ramesh, received the oral presentation award at the 2014 Annual Genome Science Institute Symposium. Their research was presented on November 5th.

Dana Lau CoronaEpigenetic Regulation of Growth Hormone-Responsive Sex-Biased Genes in Mouse Liver

Akshaya RameshMacaque Immunogenetics Through De-Novo Genome Assemblies

We would also like to congratulate Andrew Hoss for receiving the Poster Presentation award for his research, miR-10b-5p expression in Huntington’s disease brain relates to age of onset
and the extent of striatal involvement.

Congratulations Dana, Akshaya, and Andrew! Keep up the great work!