Student Research Week 2020 | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
TTUHSC students walking through Lubbock campus courtyard.

Young Scientists Meet in Lubbock for 2020 Student Research Week


Students from the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and the Department of Cell Biology and Biochemistry hosted the university’s 32nd Student Research Week March 10-13 in Lubbock.

Student Research Week provides an opportunity for TTUHSC student investigators to showcase their work and hear presentations from distinguished national speakers related to the year’s specific theme. Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences student Bradley Schniers, Student Research Week director for 2020, said this year’s theme was 20/20 - Visions of Biochemistry



  • Three people listening to speaker
  • TTUHSC faculty listening to speaker
  • Questions about SRW billboard
  • Man studying SRW billboard
  • Group of people reading SRW sign
  • Discussion about pancreatic cancer growth
  • Abcg2, an UA exporter is robustly expressed in mouse intestine
  • p-53 ABCG2 axis billboard
  • Gentleman talking to group of four people
  • Person reading targeted carbon chain length modifications alter minocycline therapeutic properties to reduce alcohol consumption
  • Close-up of billboard findings
  • Rachel Washburn explaining SRW board
  • Close up of person reading billboard
  • Two people discussing the breast cancer billboard
  • Discussion on SRW billboard
  • Four people listening to speaker about chemically modified minocycline as a novel therapy
  • Prevention and Treatment of Breast Cancer: Ketogenic Diet versus Niacin
  • Group reading over billboard
  • Prophylactic Antibiotic Treatment Exacerbates Graft vs. Host Disease
  • Taylor Hibler going over A Sertoli cell's guide to promoting graft survival