CEPCEB hosted its 5th Annual Postdoc Symposium on June 1, 2018. Steve Kay, USC Director of Convergent Bioscience and Provost Professor of Neurology, Biomedical Engineering and Biological Sciences, presented the keynote address “Grow Up! The Circadian Clock as the Master Regulator of Plant Environmental Responses”.

The full day event featured research talks by graduate students, post docs, and other researchers, culminating with a poster session and wine and beer reception generously sponsored by PacBio.

Prizes for best oral presentation and posters were awarded. Congratulations to Kelley Clark for Oral Presentation by a Graduate Student and Ryan Joseph for Best Oral Presentation by a Post Doc/Staff Researcher! Gregory Newark and Israel Santana were recognized for Best First and Second Place Poster Presentation, respectively.

Special thanks to the Post Docs who served on this year’s Symposium Organizing Committee: Matthew Prior, Julia Bailey-Serres lab; Daniela Cassol, Thomas Girke lab; Chan Yul Yoo, Meng Chen lab; and Patricio Perez, Zhenbiao Yang lab.

Full information on the speakers, talks, and details of the event may be found at https://www.cps2018.org/, and the Symposium Program here. Much gratitude to Luiz Henrique Monticelli, who served as the event’s photographer! Photos of the event may be found here.

The CEPCEB Postdoc Symposium is an annual symposium dedicated to highlighting research from students and early career scientists throughout the IIGB community. All IIGB faculty, staff, postdocs, and graduate students are welcome to attend.


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