Thank You to everyone who participated in James A. Low Research Day!
On behalf of Dr. Robert Reid, thank you to everyone who attended James A Low Research Day last week. Without your support and enthusiasm the day would not have been possible.
A special thank you to all those who presented their research, the level of excellence demonstrated by all presenters was impressive. We appreciate all of the hard work and perseverance that goes in to your research and are proud of all members of the research family here at Queen's!
Finally, congratulations to our prize winners!
|Megan Dickson won the Best Undergraduate Poster award for her presenation entitled "Effect of CORM-A1 Administration on Placental Hypoxia Levels in CD-1 Mice."||Soo Hyun Ahn won the Best Basic Science Oral award for her presenation entitled "Elucidating the Polarization of THP-1 cells by Interleukin-17A-Induced Cytokines From Peritoneal Endometriotic Epithelial Cells."
|Karalyn McRae (L) and Chioma Odozor (R) shared the Best Graduate Poster award for their presentations entitled "CORM-A1 Treatment Leads to Increased Blood Carboxyhemoglobin in Pregnant CD-1 Mice" and "Menadione as an alternative method of endogenous carbon monoxide production in mice."||Robyn Jackowich won the Best Clinical Oral award for her presenation entitled "When feelings of genital arousal are unwanted: Symptom characteristics, medical and treatment histories of an online sample of women with persistent genital arousal."|
We look forward to seeing everyone at James A Low Research Day next year!
Heather Ramshaw, Jessica Pudwell & Dr. Robert Reid