Applied and Environmental Microbiology Students Active at recent Georgia Bio Innovation Summit

Posted On April 19, 2016
Categories News, Uncategorized

For the past several years, Applied and Environmental Microbiology (AEM) graduate students have attended  and presented at the Georgia Bio Innovation Summit to enrich their professional networks and seek opportunities to become involved in Georgia’s growing biotech industry.   At this year’s meeting in October, 2017, AEM had one of their largest turnouts at the conference among universities, rivaling participation from Emory and GA Tech with seven students presenting posters (Joshua Renfroe, Carlos Vazquez, Maurice de la Croix, FNU Medhavi, Nimna Wijewantha, Muzna Saqib, and Brianna Galbreath) and one student participating in the Emerging Leaders Network (ELN) booth.