Winners of the 2014 Research Symposium

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November 7th, 2014

The Genome Science Institute is pleased to present the winners of the 2014 Annual Research Symposium:

Oral Presenters:

Cody Desjardins, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, BU CRC
Dissecting the distinct regulatory roles of the MEF2 transcription factors in muscle

Dana Lau Corona, Graduate Program in Genetics and Genomics, BUSM
Epigenetic regulation of growth hormone-responsive sex-biased genes in mouse liver

Charina Ortega, Undergraduate College of Engineering, BU CRC
Mining CK2 in Cancer

Akshaya Ramesh, Graduate Program in Genetics and Genomics, BUSM
Macaque immunogenetics through de-novo genome assemblies

Liye Zhang, Ph.D., Computational Biomedicine, BUSM
ALK Regulates Metastasis in Lung Cancer through splicing factor ESRP1/2

 

Poster Presentation Winners:

Jeanette ConnerneyGrowth Hormone Pulse-Dependent Chromatin Accessibility in Male Mouse Liver

Andrew HossmiR-10b-5p expression in Huntington’s disease brain relates to age of onset and the extent of striatal involvement

Amira HusseinA Bayesian Approach to Assess the Tanscriptome of Bone Aging and the Role of the Brd2 Gene in the Regulation of Sex Linked Bone Loss

Sarah KleinsorgeThe Role of Cell Polarity in the Organization of Follicle Cells During the Engulfment of Dying Germ Cells

Elizabeth MosesMolecular impact of electronic cigarette exposure on airway epithelium

Hila Milo RasoulyLoss of Zeb2 Causes Glomerulocystic Kidney Disease in Mice

Neema YazdaniTranscriptome analysis and gene targeting of a QTL influencing methamphetamine sensitivity

 

Congratulations to all of our winners!