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IMET faculty member highlights the UMBC Life Sciences Research Symposium

Baltimore, MD (October 22, 2016)

Dr. Colleen Burge, a UMBC-IMET Assistant Professor, gave the plenary talk at UMBC’s 19th Undergraduate Research Symposium in Chemical and Biological Sciences. The annual symposium included 647 attendees from various schools across the mid-Atlantic, a record number for the event. Dr. Burge’s talk discussed several of her own areas of research (oysters, eel grass, diseases that affect the marine environment, etc.), as well advice for students on how to pursue the areas of research that they are interested in.

For more information on the Research Symposium, click here.


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