Department of Molecular Medicine Annual Retreat
Each year the department holds an annual retreat, designed to introduce and update faculty, fellows, students and staff with the research focus and progress of each graduate student within the department. Students who are entering the third year and above of graduate study are required to participate by presenting a 10-minute talk, with a 3-minute question/answer session. They are eligible to compete for Research Awards. Attendance throughout the event is mandatory for all students and faculty in the Department of Molecular Medicine. Postdoctoral Fellows are strongly encouraged, but not required to participate. The event is scheduled at the end of August or beginning of September every year.
This year the 2-Day Retreat and Research Days was held at the Mayan Dude Ranch in Bandera, TX.
Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 Research Awards:
1st Place Research Award: Bin Yuan (Postdoc)
2nd Place Research Award: Aaron Horning (Graduate Student)
3rd Place Research Award: Supriya Sinha (Graduate Student)
1st Place Poster Research Award: Alison Doyungan Clark (Graduate Student)
A group photograph of some of the 2016 attendees is shown below.