Congratulations to Ding Li and Jess Wu, who both received poster awards at the 21st Annual Grodins Symposium. The symposium brings together all Ph.D. students in the BME department at USC to present their work.
Ding was awarded the Best Poster Award for First Year Students. His project aims to build a whole-body model of TSP1 and VEGF in human cancer patients.
Jess Wu was awarded the Best Poster Award for the Signals and Systems category. Her project aims to construct a mechanistic model of TSP1-mediated apoptosis in endothelial cells, and involves computational modeling and experimental studies.
Congratulations, Ding and Jess!!