NSCI Student Accepted to Prestigious HHMI Summer Research Program

Bioinformatics junior Isavannah Reyes received notification of her acceptance into the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI) EXceptional Research Opportunities Program (EXROP).  She will work in the Protein Design Lab with Dr. David Baker (University of Washington, Seattle), one of 125 scientist mentors in the program, on a research project this summer as well as visit HHMI headquarters in Chevy Chase, MD (suburban Washington, DC) to present the results of her project.

Last summer, Isavannah participated in the McNair Scholars Program working with Dr. Charles Hauser (Assoc. Prof. of Bioinformatics) on a project she presented at the Texas Academy of Science:  RNA-seq Analysis of Phosphate-stressed C. reinhardtii Cells.

Congratulations, Isavannah!

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