The CRS Represented at Feinberg’s 14th Annual Lewis Landsberg Research Day
By: Chelsea Castleberry, CRS Program Assistant, April 9th, 2018
The Center for Reproductive Science trainees represented at the 14th Annual Research Day last Thursday. Research Day offers students and researchers at Feinberg a public forum for presenting their findings and an opportunity to receive valuable feedback from their colleagues. It also allows them to see how their research compares to that of their peers in a competitive arena.
Each year, awards are given for projects that demonstrate outstanding and innovative research in basic science, clinical research, education, public health and social sciences research, and women's research that have the potential for contributing to the advancement of medical science and health care.
Christia Angela Sison, a third-year student in the Driskill Graduate Program in Life Sciences, and a CRS trainee in the Bulun lab, presented, “GATA6, genome-wide H3K27ac histone modification, and active transcription in endometriosis” and won the Women Faculty Organization award for excellence in women’s health research, basic science!