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Brian Hedlund, Kelly Tseng, Dharini Bhammar, Arpita Basu, and Sarah Harris
Presentation: Brian Hedlund, Kelly Tseng, Dharini Bhammar, Arpita Basu, and Sarah Harris
Brian Hedlund, Kelly Ai-Sun Tseng (both Life Sciences), Dharini Bhammar, Arpita Basu (both Kinesiology and Nutrition Sciences), and Sarah Harris (Electrical and Computer Engineering) participated in the annual statewide Nevada-INBRE (IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence) meeting at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno last month. The faculty members, supported by NV-INBRE, presented lectures on their research. Additionally, nine UNLV undergraduates presented posters highlighting their research. Nevada-INBRE is funded by the National Institutes of Health through a $17 million grant intended to improve the biomedical research infrastructure in Nevada.
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