Luis Helfer on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 3/12/2020

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My name is Luis Helfer and I am currently a Junior at the University of Arizona studying Biochemistry. I’ve always known I wanted to go into a scientific field from a very young age. Research here at the university has

Matt Christofferson on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 3/5/2020

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I am a Senior in the MCB department at UofA and have been doing research since my freshman on breast cancer.  After I graduate, I am looking forward to continuing expanding my understanding of biological processes through research and gaining

Nicole Kummet on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 2/27/2020

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Hello! My name is Nicole Kummet and I am a pre-med junior studying physiology and molecular and cellular biology. I am in the UA’s Undergraduate Biology Research Program and I work in Dr. Emmanuel Katsanis’ lab. Our lab’s main focus

Presentation at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA

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This past month, I was very fortunate to attend an international conference to present on my research that I conduct with the Michael Brown lab in the UA Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Over February 15th-19th, I traveled with my

Bradey Stuart on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 2/20/2020

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My name is Bradey Stuart and I am a senior majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology at the University of Arizona. I am concurrently in the Accelerated Master’s Program in MCB as well. In my classes, I quickly realized I

Hannah Ball on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 2/13/2020

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My name is Hannah Ball and I am a junior majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology and Biochemistry at the University of Arizona. I am in the Undergraduate Biology Research Program and work in Dr. Zarnescu’s lab. Our lab studies ALS

Sarah Lester on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 2/6/2020

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Sarah Lester is a senior at the University of Arizona with a major in Molecular and Cellular Biology and a minor in Biochemistry. She is originally from Illinois where she earned an Associates of Arts in Journalism before transferring to

“Disparities in Healthcare: Why Your Inclusion in this Discussion is Critical for the Wellbeing of Your Community”

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Picture of Oscar Serrano giving the keynote talk at the 31st Annual UBRP Conference

The keynote talk for the 31st Annual Undergraduate Biology Research Program (UBRP) Conference was given by UBRP alumnus Dr. Oscar Serrano, Abdominal Transplant & Hepatobiliary Surgeon at Hartford Hospital and Assistant Professor of Surgery at the University of Connecticut School

Special Opportunity to Support Student Conference Travel

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Undergraduate Jasmine Lock presents her research at the 31st Annual UBRP Conference

UBRP participants present their research to the general public each year at UBRP’s annual conference, but they can benefit further by presenting their work at national and international scientific conferences where they can learn about the latest research and network

Presenting at the National Collegiate Research Conference

Posted on Sneha Srinivasan Posted in Activities, Gazette

Last Christmas, I was visiting my family in Connecticut. Despite hoping for a white Christmas, there was not a single snowflake- just slightly damp grass and twigs. But instead of snow, when I checked my email, I found a different