Pharmacology Graduate Student Wins Provost's Award For Outstanding Reserach At The 2019 Graduate Research Symposium
Manisha Chandwani, a graduate student studying pharamacology in the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, won a Provost's Award for Outstanding Research and a cash prize for the project 105 The adult immune response controls viral infection in the brain and induces neural stem cell activity post-infection under the guidance of faculty advisor and associate professor Dr. Lauren O'Donnell. Fellow graduate students Kristen Fantetti and Yashika Kamte helped with the research.
School of Pharmacy and Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences students presented 19 posters at the symposium.
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