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Biochemistry senior, Kennedy Akwo, is excited about his future career in pharmacy.  During his capstone, he researched the disparity in safety, efficacy and perception between brand name and generic drugs.  He presented his findings at the Fine School of the Sciences Poster Session.  Based on the various pharmacy schools that he was accepted to, Kennedy has chosen to attend Shenandoah University School of Pharmacy starting in Fall 2017.

Chemistry senior, Danielle Haynes (right) researched whether lab safety policies in university labs are effective.  She presented her finding at the Fine School of the Sciences Poster Session in December.  She is shown here with Catherine Llanos (Chem '16, Forensic Sciences MS '17).

Biochemistry senior, Ciara Faupel, completed her capstone in the Nathan Schnaper Intern Program in Translational Research at the University of Maryland.  She presented her work at the fall Fine School of the Sciences poster session.  She is shown here with Dr. Ellen Roskes, department chair.

Students who completed a research or internship project in the summer or fall gathered to showcase their posters at the semi-annual Fine School of the Sciences Poster Session this afternoon.  The students, seniors who completed off-campus research and internship Capstones, as well as sophomores and juniors who engaged in on-campus research, all did a fabulous job.  We were proud to welcome off-campus mentors, family members, alumni, friends and guests from across the campus community.  

Biochemistry senior, Zoe Singman, presented a seminar on her summer internship at Johns Hopkins Hospital as part of the requirements for her Honors Capstone course.  During her internship, Zoe shadowed physicians in the Head and Neck Cancer Clinic and during surgeries.   She also participated in a clinical research project under the direction of Dr. Christine Gourin.  Zoe's seminar topic was The Impact of Electronic Health Records on Healthcare during which she shared the advantages and disadvantages of electronic records.  Congratulations, Zoe, on an excellent presentation!

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