Today the OSU Center for Retrovirus Research gives the Distinguished Research Career Award to Dr. Genoveffa Franchini, M.D., Chief, NIH Animal Models and Retroviral Vaccines Section. She has made several important contributions to the field of retrovirology in both human pathogens HIV-1 and HTLV-1. Her keynote seminar today is “Monkeys and Man: Tales on HIV Vaccine Development” in BRT 115 at noon.
OSU undergraduate student Matt Altman has been named a Summer Research Fellow for 2016! This award includes a significant financial bonus for Matt. Excellent!
The OSU Undergraduate Research Office does an excellent job supporting students who work in labs. We are grateful to the University’s commitment to undergraduate research.
Randi presented a poster at the Center for Microbial Interface Biology Annual Symposium. Her poster was titled “Determinants of Prototype Foamy Virus site selection into mononucleosomes”.
Good job, Randi!