Green Fellows Poster Session
UT Dallas and UT Southwestern Medical Center will present a poster session Thursday showcasing research conducted by undergraduates in the Green Fellowship program this semester. Students are invited to meet current Green Fellows and their mentors and ask questions about the program.
The presentation will be held at the at the UTSWMC ND4 lobby, outside the 4th floor ND elevators, North campus Courtyard. Nine Green Fellows and their mentors will present research at the poster session, which also serves as an opportunity to meet the current Green Fellows and their mentors.
See map to the event location (ND4, North Campus). Refreshments will be served.
The Green Fellowship program is in its fourth year. The program is coordinated by Dr. A. Dean Sherry, director of the Advanced Imaging Research Center located at UT Southwestern and holder of a Cecil H. and Ida Green Distinguished Chair in Systems Biology Science.
Green Fellows pursue individual research projects under the direction of the graduate school faculty at UT Southwestern. Fellows receive a stipend of $3,500 for the semester-long program.
The students take no classes so they can devote all of their time to their research projects. “We don’t want them distracted for an entire semester,” Dr. Sherry said.
Research areas include Biological Chemistry, Molecular Biology and Biomedical Engineering.
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- Updated: April 27, 2009