Senior Biology students presented research at American Society for Microbiology meeting
Posted on February 25, 2020 by Sinead Ni Chadhain
Senior biology major Caroline Jordan and recent biology graduate Lisa Leatherwood presented their research on naphthalene degrading bacteria at the 105th annual meeting of the southeastern branch of the American Society for Microbiology, Feb 21-23, in Huntsville, AL. Their research was conducted as part of Dr. Sinéad Ní Chadhain’s undergraduate microbiology courses (BLY 314 & 414). Dr. Ní Chadhain received a travel award from the NSF-funded REMNet research coordination network to present a talk on integrating authentic research into undergraduate microbiology courses.
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