“I gave an oral presentation on some of my dissertation work to an audience including scientists I have long admired. Throughout the meeting I also had the opportunity to learn about exciting developments in the field, network and talk science with fellow attendees from all over the world, and attend trainee workshops. The perspective (and ideas!) this meeting gave me on DOHaD and my own work has been immeasurable. Thank you for the support, GSA!”
This month at the GSA General meeting we had the PDCO come to speak with us! The slides from their presentation along with their lists of upcoming events is available with the minutes on the GSA documents page!
This month SACNAS hosted an informal happy hour and Q&A session with Biophysics Dr. Ibrahim Cisse about his experiences as an underrepresented minority in science and academia! For more information on SACNAS visit the student groups page!
Jackie used her GSA Travel Award to attend the 2017 American Society for Radiation Oncology Conference.
“I presented a poster of my work but also had the opportunity to attend great talks, learn more about the field, and network with clinicians and scientists.”
For Friday and the final day of GSA week, we hosted a cookout in the PCTB courtyard in the afternoon and then took 50 students on the Urban Pirates cruise in Baltimore Harbor!
Thanks for everyone who came out to GSA week to make it a great time and until next time, Arrr Mateys!!
For Thursday of GSA Week, The Charmery came and served us up some fantastically yummy ice cream (even dairy free!) with great toppings and temperature sensitive spoons! We were able to serve 150 people ice cream in less than an hour for this event. Thanks to everyone who came and to The Charmery!
Thanks to everyone who came down to the GSA lounge for to start off GSA week last Monday with a bang! The Omelette Guys served up 75 omelettes for our hungry graduate students to start off a very successful GSA week!