Posted October 28, 2013
Amanda Favreau, Doctor of Philosophy in Biomedical Sciences student, has published multiple research papers since beginning her graduate studies at the University of Maine. Favreau has worked on a variety of research topics in her rotations in both Dr. Sathyanarayana’s and Dr. Vary’s labs at the Maine Medical Center Research Institute. Her own thesis research focuses on the role microRNA have in acute myeloid leukemia with the hope that by better understandin...
The Grad Center, located in the lower level of Stodder Hall is open to registered graduate students 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Students interested in being able to print wirelessly from their laptops should go to the IT website (here) to download the installer.
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.