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SMB's Dr. Pat Hunt has been elected into the Washington State Academy of Sciences for 2015. Click here for the WSU News story: Four elected to Washington State Academy of Sciences.
Congratulations to undergraduate researcher Raven Symone Conyers who was one of 15 national students who secured travel funding from the Genetics Society of America (GSA) to attend the 20th annual international C. elegans meeting at UCLA in June 2015. Raven works in the lab of Dr. Jenny Watts studying fat metabolism and aging.
Ph.D. candidate in Molecular Biosciences
Travis J. Kent
will present his defense seminar entitled
Retinoic Acid Synthesis and Degradation: Implications for Proper Germ Cell Development
Biotechnology/Life Sciences 402
SMB Annual Conference
Quality Inn Suites and Conference Center
700 Port Dr.,Clarkston, WA
Wednesday, August 19, 2015