Announcing the Share Your Research 2021 Competition Winners! • iBiology
iBiology and our companions the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation and the Rita Allen Basis are happy to announce the eight winners of the 2021 Share Your Analysis competition! These hugely competent candidates hail from institutions across the U.S. and midway around the entire world. The winners will go to a digital science communication workshop led by iBiology in Might 2021 and will report their analysis talks for publication in our Share Your Analysis video clip collection.
We appear forward to performing with these gifted early career researchers and sharing their study with our world-wide audience afterwards this yr.
Dr. Christina Cho is a postdoctoral researcher at Yale College researching the ways tumors conceal from the immune procedure and resist immunotherapy.
Dr. Mia Howard is a postdoctoral researcher at Indiana University learning how soil microbes have an impact on the skill of plants to protect on their own towards herbivores.
Maiko Kitaoka is a PhD applicant at the University of California, Berkeley investigating molecular conflicts that occur in mobile division to comprehend how evolution ensures that species remain unique.
Dr. Julia Nepper is a postdoctoral researcher at the College of Wisconsin-Madison, wherever she studies the interactions of soil microbes.
Dr. Karena H. Nguyen is a postdoctoral fellow at Emory College, investigating how weather improve and agricultural enlargement impact parasite transmission and human health and fitness risk.
Takahiro Ohara is an MD/PhD college student at the Washington University Faculty of Drugs in St. Louis, learning how intestinal villi get better right after injury.
Brandon A. Yates is a PhD university student at Indiana College University of Medicine the place he research interactions among musculoskeletal and cognitive well being in more mature grownups.
Edriss Yousuf is a PhD prospect at inStem, Bangalore, India, learning how purely natural cyclic changes take place in skin body fat cells.
The Younger Scientist Seminars are generously funded by the Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation and the Rita Allen Basis.