Monthly Archives: September 2014

Visit Marcus @ ABRCMS!

I’m pleased to announce that UNC-Pembroke senior Marcus Sherman will be presenting his work on differential gene expression profiles at the 2014 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) in San Antonio. In his project, Marcus used network analysis tools to identify functional differences in the types of genes expressed early (1 hour) versus late (24 […]

In the Classroom: Hands-on Bioinformatics & Comp Bio

I’m currently two weeks into my new course: Exploring Bioinformatics and Computational Biology. This upper level special topics course at UNC Pembroke aims to give students an introduction to computational-based biological research. A number of recent studies demonstrate the importance of research experience in early STEM education. The main goal of this course is to […]

Cowboy Country

Wow! It was a little tough for this lifetime Sooner fan to be in Cowboy Country but I had a great time visiting Stillwater, Oklahoma this weekend and wanted to share my experience. I learned about some exciting programs happening at OK State including the Native Explorers program. In partnership with the Chickasaw Nation, Native […]