On Friday, April 21st, four Medical Laboratory Science sophomores presented posters on a genetic disease or the use of genetics in technology at Johns Hopkins. Students were judged by 40 graduate students and post doctoral fellows who felt our students were poised, confident and knowledgeable about the topics they researched. This event was organized by the Office of Career Development at Johns Hopkins. Stevenson University is a partner in the collaborative teaching fellowship between Hopkins and other Maryland universities. Congratulations Karley Andrews, Jelinda Easo, Jade Schmidt and Ana Villa Abarca on a job very well done!
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