Student Awards and Highlights

Graduate Students Presented Their Research at The Aquatic Virus Workshop

LINCOLN, NEBRASKA - Students from the Marine Genomics Lab, presented their research at the Aquatic Virus Workshop last week in Lincoln, Nebraska.  

PhD student Kema Malki presents her research entitled "Exploring The Viral And Bacterial Communities In Florida’s Freshwater Springs"
PhD student Kema Malki presents her research entitled "Exploring The Viral And Bacterial Communities In Florida’s Freshwater Springs"
Postdoctoral research Anni Djurhuus presents her research entitled "Biogeography Of Viral Communities Trace Seascapes With Time"
Postdoctoral research Anni Djurhuus presents her research entitled "Biogeography Of Viral Communities Trace Seascapes With Time"
PhD student Natalia Lopez Figueroa presents a poster on her research entitled "Exploring Viral Diversity in Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Florida's Springs"
PhD student Natalia Lopez Figueroa presents a poster on her research entitled "Exploring Viral Diversity in Submerged Aquatic Vegetation in Florida's Springs"
PhD student Natalie Sawaya presents a poster on her research entitled "Optimization of the polony technique for quantification of ssDNA gokushoviruses in the Red Sea"
PhD student Natalie Sawaya presents a poster on her research entitled "Optimization of the polony technique for quantification of ssDNA gokushoviruses in the Red Sea"
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