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Students Present Research Results

September 4th, 2013

PutmanDVM and graduate students presented the results of their biomedical investigative work at Research Day last week.

Presentations filled the Magruder auditorium all day and ranged from CT Imaging of Dairy Calves with Respiratory Disease to Effects of Pro-Inflammatory Compound on NMDAA Receptor Expression and Memory.

“Research Day is a chance for the students to present the research they’ve been working on all summer- both in posters and in verbal presentations. This is an extremely important part of the research process. In presenting their research, the students learn to analyze their data and to summarize their project in a way that can be understood by others not working in the same field of research,” says Interim Dean Sue Tornquist. “It also gives students the opportunity to answer questions and lead discussions. Research day is a way of sharing scientific information in the CVM community.”

Students presenting were Gregory Clausen, Lucie Crane, Cherise Hill, Meg Jacobson, Megan Lee, Eugenio Mannucci, Margot Mercer, Moriah Strong, Jake Tidewell, Julien Lemaitre, Satoko Izume, Jing Dong, Molly Seaward, Niki Fadden, and Danielle Butler.

 

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