On Friday, June 9, 2017 the Graduate School's Office of Postdoctoral Scholars hosted the Ninth Annual Postdoctoral Scholars Research Symposium.
The Postdoctoral Research Symposium showcases the research done by postdoctoral scholars through a research abstract/poster competition and a three-minute oral presentation competition. The top three abstract/poster presentations and the top two three-minute presentations are recognized at the event.
The annual Distinguished Postdoc Mentor Award is also given at this event.
Guojian Zhang (far left) presents his poster to Xiaozhuo Liu. In the foreground, Ken Wakabayashi (blue plaid) speaks with R. Lorraine Collins.
Marie Saitou, Department of Biological Sciences, talks with her mentor, Dr. Omer Gokcumen, in front of her poster.
Dr. Gregory Homish (left) accepts the 2017 Distinguished Postdoc Mentor Award from Dr. Graham Hammill.
Kanika Bansal, Department of Mathematics, presenting her poster titled "Data-driven Models of Brain Dynamics to Predict Individual Differences in Cognition".