The 2012 Annual UCSD Interfaces Graduate Training Program Research Symposium & Retreat was held on Thursday, November 29, 2012 at Estancia, La Jolla.
Nearly 55 students and faculty members attended this special event. Thank you all of those who helped make this retreat a huge success! A total of 20 students participated in oral and poster sessions, and congratulations to the top three poster and oral presentations by Interfaces students.
The best oral presenter
Eleen Schum, Biomedical Science; "Role of NMD in Neuronal Development In Vivo"
The second best oral presenter
Gleb Martovetsky, Biomedical Sciences; "Specification and Transcriptional Regulation of Kidney Proximal Tubule Function: A Focus on Drug Metabolism"
The best poster presenter
Nikhil Rao, Bioengineering; "Advancement and Development of an Organized Co-Culture Tool to Study the Tandem Effects of Substrate Stiffness and Cellular Stimuli on Stem Cell Differentiation"