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Poster Day Showcases Student Work

People viewing scientific posters.

By Nathalie Walker, Guest Writer, and Carolynne Keenan, Contributing Writer

On July 31, NCI at Frederick hosted Student Poster Day, an annual event in which student interns can showcase the work they do in their various positions in NCI at Frederick labs and offices.

Participating students are interns in the Student Internship Program, a program designed for undergraduate and graduate students during their summer breaks, as well as interns in the Werner H. Kirsten Student Internship Program (WHK SIP), a program for high school seniors. All the students have an opportunity to present their scientific posters. 

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Spring Research Festival and NICBR Collaboration Winners Announced

Speaker at podium.

Victoria Wahl-Jensen, National Biodefense Analysis and Countermeasures Center, represented the winners of the 2013 NICBR Collaborative Publication Award at the NICBR Research Collaboration Forum on May 6.

By Carolynne Keenan, Contributing Writer, and Ashley DeVine, Staff Writer

The winners of the 2014 Spring Research Festival (SRF), held May 7 and 8, were recognized on July 2, and included 20 NCI at Frederick researchers:

Matthew Anderson, Victor Ayala, Matt Bess, Cristina Bergamaschi, Charlotte Choi, Rami Doueiri, Laura Guasch Pamies, Diana Haines, Saadia Iftikhar, Maria Kaltcheva, Wojciech Kasprzak, Balamurugan Kuppusamy, James Lautenberger, George Lountos, Megan Mounts, Uma Mudunuri, Martha Sklavos, Gloriana Shelton, Alex Sorum, and Shea Wright.

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Returning Winners Victorious Again in Jeopardy Tournament

two students, one talking into a microphone.

Madelyne Xiao, right, looks on as partner Nikhil Gowda, center, poses the correct question in the Student Science Jeopardy Tournament on July 17.

By Robin Meckley, Contributing Writer                                          

Every year for the past three years, student interns Madelyne Xiao and Nikhil Gowda have competed in the Scientific Library’s Student Science Jeopardy Tournament, the annual science event for students that mirrors the popular TV show “Jeopardy.” And every year, for the past three years, Xiao and Gowda, who work with Randall Johnson, Ph.D. bioinformatics analyst, Basic Science Program Center for Cancer Research (CCR) Genetics Core, have finished in one of the top three positions.

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