Dr. Jonathan Paul, a graduate of the University of Maine's PhD program in Biomedical Scences and an alumnus of the NSF Northeast Alliance for Graduate Education in the Professoriate (NEAGEP) program will be presenting a talk on his recent research entitled "The Role of Placental Efflux Transporter Proteins in the Maternal-fetal Barrier" on Friday, October 25th at 3:15pm in 57 Stodder Hall.
See the flyer here.
The Graduate School will be hosting two informative sessions on Wednesday, October 23rd from 2-4pm and Thursday, October 24th from 1-3pm of the Thesis Formatting Workshop for students. Information is included in this flyer.
Posted October 21, 2013
Three Doctor of Philosophy and one Master of Science students in Mechanical Engineering from four different home countries have received prestigious funding awards. Matthew Hall received a Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Fellowship from the Canadian Government, Razieh Zangeneh has been named a Correll Fellow, Javier Moreno is an Iberdrola Foundation Scholar, and Domingos de Sousa Freitas is a Fulbright Scholar...
Posted October 15, 2013
Sonja Birthisel studies how both weeds and weed seed predators affect farming in Maine. A Master student in Ecology and Environmental Sciences, Birthisel works under UMaine’s School of Food and Agriculture to study how local environments influence weed seed predators and the activity and density of particular species. Using a 10 acre organic farm in Dixmont, Maine Birthisel established a 20 meter grid and conducted pitfall trapping to characterize the invertebrate c...