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2014 Biotechnology Conference and Case Competition

A unique case competition that brings together multi-disciplinary teams from top schools in the nation to provide a business solution within biotechnology industry. This year, 8 teams will complete to solve a business case for our main sponsor Boston Scientific, …

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Student Travel Award Winner!


Nichole Emerson has received the American Pain Society Young Investigator Travel Award ($750) to attend the 33rd Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Pain Society, April 30-May 3, 2014 in Tampa, Florida.

She will be presenting a poster on her …

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Bryan Wilson – Award Recipient from ASIP

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CONGRATULATIONS to Bryan A. Wilson, a fourth year Molecular Medicine and Translational Science PhD Student. 

In recognition of Bryan’s effort to provide media coverage of the American Society for Investigative Pathology Annual Meeting thorough his blog and as the …

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Biotechnology Case Competition Spurs Diverse Ways of Seeing Business

BioTech conference at WFU 2/8/13.
2013 Case Competition Team

Dipen Vyas is a good example of the kind of student the annual Biotechnology Conference and Case Competition aims to engage.

Last year, as a fourth-year PhD graduate student in the WF Graduate School’s Physiology and …

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MMTS Student Awards


CONGRATULATIONS to Meredith Greene, fourth year Molecular Medicine and Translational Science PhD candidate;  and Kadie Vanderman, third year Molecular Medicine and Translational Science PhD candidate. 

Meredith’s abstract has been accepted for a poster presentation, and Kadie’s abstract has been accepted …

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Dr. Victor Ortega – Publication in the The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunolgy

Pulmonary Critical Care fellow

CONGRATULATIONS to Victor Ortega, MD, fourth year Molecular Medicine and Translational Science PhD Candidate !!

Dr. Ortega just published a manuscript, “Effect of rare variants in ADRB2 on risk of severe exacerbations and symptom control during longacting ? agonist treatment …

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AHA Pre-Doctoral Fellowship Award


Xuan Guan, MD, a current student in the Integrative Physiology and Pharmacology PhD program was recently awarded a one year pre-doctoral fellowship  (topic: “Urine-derived iPS cells from patients with muscular dystrophy”) from the American Heart Association for 2014. These grants …

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