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JCLS PhD Graduate Student Wins Travel Award

Victoria Frisbie, who is a JCLS PhD student, has won this year’s Association for Women in Science (AWIS) - Philadelphia Chapter Adelaide M. Delluva Student Travel Award. With this award, Ms. Frisbie will attend the Kinetoplastid Molecular Cell Biology (KMCB) Conference this fall and will present her structural biology research on chromatin dynamics in the parasite Trypanosoma brucei. She is a fourth year student in the Biochemistry & Molecular Pharmacology PhD program, studying under PI Dr. Erik Debler.

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Pre- Medical Studies

Pre-Med Student Works to Improve Access to Safe Water in Kenya

Michele Ganz raises money and awareness to build water towers and improve infrastructure.

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