Research day features local science students

 

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Graham Hatfull, professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh, served as the keynote speaker and presented a presentation on his research. Hatfull’s research focuses on the molecular genetics of the mycobacteria and their bacteriophages.

Del Mar College student-researchers who performed research at locations across the nation presented a poster session afterwards on April 29 in the White Library for Student Research Day.

Graham Hatfull, a professor of Biological Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh, served as the keynote speaker and presented an “Exploration and Exploitation of Mycobacteriophages” on his research focusing on the molecular genetics of the mycobacteria and their bacteriophages, and their use for educational advancement.

Research Day at DMC recognizes driven students in different types of science fields.

Meagan Falcon

Meagan Falcon is currently a double major in Digital Media and Journalism at Del Mar College. She has been a writer for the paper since Fall 2014. In Spring 2015, she then became the Foghorn’s Web editor only to rise up in Fall of 2015 as the Associate editor as well as being the Web editor. Her job as Web editor is to manage all of the Foghorn’s social media. She maintains and keeps active the paper’s Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and website. You can reach Meagan at mfalcon@foghornnews.com and follow her on Twitter @meaganfalcon.

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