Congratulations to Dr. Yvonne Rericha on passing her defense! We are all so proud!
Dr. Subham Dasgupta has recently accepted a job as an assistant professor at Clemson University.
At the annual SOT conference held in San Diego, CA this year; two members of our lab received prestigious awards for their contributions to the field of Molecular and Systems Biology and for their poster presentations delivered at the 61st Annual SOT 2022 Conference.
Our very own Lindsay Wilson with her 1st place ribbon in the Best Graduate Student Research Award in MSBSS at SOT
Subham Dasgupta with his 3rd place ribbon in the Best Postdoc Research Award in MSBSS at SOT
We are pleased to announce the 2022 Dr. Eric A. Andreasen Graduate Student Award for Excellence in Research and Scholarship goes to Yvonne Rericha from Oregon State University. As you know friends, family and colleagues created this annual award to honor an outstanding graduate student that best exemplifies the qualities of scientific excellence and leadership exhibited by Dr. Andreasen.
At the annual fall meeting for the Pacific Northwest Association of Toxicologists, a number of our very own scientists brought some very much deserved attention and recognition for our lab, with the awardees being:
Best Undergrad Talk (2nd Place) – John Lam
Best Grad Student Talk (1st Place) – Yvonne Rericha
Best Grad Student Talk (4th Place) – Connor Leong
Best Postdoc Talk (1st Place) – Lindsey St. Mary
Best Postdoc Talk (2nd Place) – Subham Dasgupta
Link to the original article: https://www.kgw.com/article/money/consumer/study-zinc-oxide-sunblocks/283-d2ecc2ba-997e-48a6-9393-32dcec13c6cf
The Awards Ceremony was held on September 14th this year with Dr. Robyn Tanguay winning the Postdoctoral Mentoring Award;
and our very own Dr. Subham Dasgupta winning the Postdoctoral Excellence Award:
You can find out more about this ceremony and the other award-winners on universityday.oregonstate.edu/award-recipients.
Here is an OSU article on this achievement. https://today.oregonstate.edu/news/osu-distinguished-professor-receives-7m-wide-ranging-study-biological-impact-chemicals
Graduate student Christian Rude and Postdoctoral trainee Dr. Lindsey St. Mary joined the group over the summer. Welcome!!