Category: Gazette

Nature: Just What the Doc Ordered

“When I see an adult on a bicycle, I do not despair for the future of the human race.” –H.G. Wells   I had never hiked through the Chiricahua National Monument before so I was awestruck by the beauty of

Traversing Turkey in Search of Gold-of-Pleasure

I was ecstatic when I found out I would travel to Turkey to do field work for the summer of 2014 on a BRAVO! grant. This wasn’t my first time in Turkey though, it was my third. However, I was

A Bisbee Adventure!

Recently a group of UBRP researchers embarked on a journey to the quaint town of Bisbee, Arizona. On this trip we visited the Copper Queen Mine which was both an educational and thrilling experience. The tour took us into the

A Short Research Visit Creating a Long-Lasting Impression

This past May, I was fortunate enough to spend time abroad attending a conference and working in a lab with several of our lab’s collaborators. My journey started at the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, where I would be taking off

Life After UBRP: Leo Bartik, MD, Anesthesiology Resident

Leonid Bartik has been a self-proclaimed science nerd since high school. His love for science helped him get to the place he is now—Leo is now in his final year of Anesthesiology residency at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.