What is happening in Biotechnology?
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CMPR 14th Annual Symposium
Biotechnology Faculty Dr. Lan Guan:
As the Director of the Center for Membrane Protein Research (CMPR) in TTUHSC-School of Medicine, I am honored to share this wonderful news. We just hosted CMPR14th Annual Symposium last week. We are so honored to have Professor Wah Chui, Director of the NIH-Sponsored Cryo-EM Center at SLAC Stanford (S2C2), deliver an inspiring Keynote Speech! He showed us what the emerging cryo-EM techniques can offer us! Our faculty talks and trainees’ talks were also fantastic. Our VPRI Lance McMahon presented the Opening Remarks! Thanks to all Speakers and Attendees!
2021 Dean's Outstanding Research and Student Mentor Award Winner
Congratulations to Dr. Ina Urbatsch, the 2021 Dean's Outstanding Research and Student Mentor Award Winner! This award seeks to recognize a faculty member who not only engages in high-impact extramurally-funded biomedical research, but who is also highly engaged in the training/mentoring of students.
Dr. Urbatsch also won the 2021 Dean's Teaching Awards in Biotechnology and Biomedical Sciences. Congratulations, Dr. Urbatsch!
Congratulations to second-year Biotech students Dami Ochola and Ganesh Acharya (pictured), who both received Early Career Investigator scholarships to attend this year's AACR Conference on The Science of Cancer Health Disparities in Racial/Ethnic Minorities and the Medically Underserved.
Congratulations to Angelica Rodriguez and Alexis Rodriguez, who were both awarded the Biotechnology Presidential Scholarship!
Biotechnology student Ben Jackson received third place for the Lubbock Economic Development Alliance's Innovation and Commercialization competition during TTUHSC's Student Research Week.