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NIH Protein Biotechnology Training Program Research Symposium

Elson S. Floyd Cultural Center, 405 SE Spokane Street, Pullman, WA

About the event

Join us in celebrating 35 years of our NIH Protein Biotechnology Training Program by attending our annual Research Symposium on Thursday, April 4th from 8:30am to 4:30pm in the Elson Floyd Cultural Center. This year our Symposium theme is Breaking the PhD Mold where we will be celebrating unique, inspirational and diverse PhD journeys that do not follow the traditional academic/industry routes. We will be enjoying poster and oral presentations from current program trainees and external speakers.

Make sure you register at the link below, spots are limited and preference will be given to our program trainees and faculty. Registration includes free breakfast and lunch. We hope to see you there!

Invited Speakers:

Linda Somerville: Corporate Vice President of Technology Development at Micron Technology, Inc,

Eddie James: Principal Investigator at Benaroya Research Institute and program alumni,

Mario Peláez-Fernández: Celebrated science communicator highlighting underrepresented minorities in STEM,

Celeste Bolin: Lab51 Director, Science, & Wellness Coach at One Stone School,