Jessica Yuan and Lynette Sequeira have been awarded a Double Hoo Collaborative Research Award funding their joint grad-undergrad project for building an agent based model of the glioblastoma tumor microenvironment.
Kathryn Kingsmore participated in the 2nd International Science Communication school in Castiglione del Lago, Italy. This experience included participants and lecturers from over 10 countries, and multiple research disciplines ranging from nutrition and cancer to seismology and marine science. The conference focused on the dissemination of scientific findings to both public and policymakers alike, and included interactive labs in which students were required to communicate wi
Kathryn. Kathryn Kingsmore was chosen out of over 40 participants as one of the 8 finalist for the U.Va. 3MT competition. She described her work on interstitial flow in glioblastoma in a manner than can be understood by non-specialists in under 3 minutes with a single stagnant slide.