2019 SACNAS Graduate Student Oral Presentation Awards

The  Case Western Reserve University Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology sponsored awards for graduate student oral presentations at the 2019 SACNAS The National Diversity in STEM Conference in Honolulu, Hawai’i.  This year, three students qualified for our discipline:


Melissa Roberts

University of California, Berkeley

A Genetic Strategy to Identify Lipid Droplet Protein Degradation Pathways




Stephanie L. Silva-Del Toro

University of Iowa

Mechanisms of H. Pylori-Induced Neutrophil Nuclear Hypersegmentation




Nicholas Carleson

Oregon State University

Gene Duplication, Pathogenicity, and Genome Plasticity of Phytophthora ramorum

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Dana Crawford

Professor of Population and Quantitative Health Sciences and Associate Director of the Cleveland Institute for Computational Biology, with interest in pharmacogenomics, electronic health records, and diverse populations. Also, an avid foodie!

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