Graduate Student Wins Student Travel Achievement Recognition (STAR) Award
Ngoc Pham was awarded a Student Travel Achievement Recognition (STAR) Award last month for attending and presenting at the 2018 Society for Biomaterials annual meeting in Atlanta, GA. Pham is a second year pharmaceutics Ph.D. student under the mentorship of Associate Professor Dr. Wilson Meng. Her award-winning paper is entitled Multiplexing antibodies in vivo using z15_EAK, an Fc-binding gelation module.
"This was my first time presenting at a national conference," said Pham. "I am very honored to receive the award from among almost 1,000 presentations and posters at the conference. Atlanta was beautiful, and my communication with talented biomaterial scientists around the world definitely broadens my research perspective."
Dr. Meng organized and co-chaired a session at the meeting entitled "Supramolecular Nanomaterials for Drug Delivery, Imaging, and Immunoengineering".
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