As you can probably tell from the prior posts, the 34th annual Ohio Physiological Society conference was a great meeting filled with exciting new developments in research. However, I would be remiss if I did not mention the outstanding students who received awards for their presentations at the conference.
Below are the 2019 Ohio Physiological Society Travel Award Winners (also pictured above). Each recipient was given $750 to attend the upcoming 2020 Experimental Biology meeting in San Diego. I look forward to seeing their presentations!
Rishi Mehta from the University of Cincinnati, ADInstruments Undergraduate Student Travel Award
Tara-Yesomi Wenegieme from Wright State University, Kent Scientific Undergraduate Student Travel Award
Darren Gordon from the University of Toledo, Aurora Scientific Graduate Student Travel Award
Hannah Newton from the University of Cincinnati, Peter K. Lauf Graduate Student Travel Award
Amjad Aljagthmi from Wright State University, Peter K. Lauf Graduate Student Travel Award
Grace Adkins from the College of Wooster, Folkesson Undergraduate Student Travel Award
Listed below (and pictured above) are the recipients of Honorable Mention Awards. Each awardee received a $50 gift card for Amazon!
T Alex Ruwe, graduate student from the University of Cincinnati
Elizabeth R. Evans, graduate student from Ohio University
Jessica Myers, graduate student from Wright State University
Vaibhavkumar Gawali, postdoctoral fellow from the University of Cincinnati
Vighnesh Ramesh, undergraduate student from the University of Cincinnati
Usman Ashraf, graduate student from the University of Toledo
Dylan Schindele , undergraduate student from Wright State University
- Adapting (or not) to increasing temperatures
- Researchers from around the world are discussing salt regulation and its role in hypertension and other diseases
Categories: Physiology on the Road
Tags: American Physiological Society, award, conference, Ohio, physiology
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