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Biology professor Lee, alumni keep Fredonia connected to Honduras medical brigades

Roger Coda

Fredonia students were not able to staff medical brigades in Honduras during the semester break, but the university’s connection to the Central American country remains intact even during the coronavirus pandemic, thanks to Department of Biology Department Chair and Professor Ted Lee and four alumni.

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Senior, biology prof co-author research article in cancer journal

Roger Coda

Senior Samantha Reed, who has majors in Molecular Genetics and Medical Technology, is a co-author, along with Department of Biology Assistant Professor Nicholas Quintyne, of “Keep Calm and Carry on with Extra Centrosomes,” a review article published in the online journal Cancers 2022.

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Driscoll receives R.A. award for October

Roger Coda

Emilia Driscoll, a junior majoring in Molecular Genetics and Biology, with a minor in Chemistry, from Corning, has been named R.A. of the Month for October by Residence Life.

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Molecular Genetics major awarded coveted NIH Fellowship

Roger Coda

Within weeks of being awarded a B.S. in Molecular Genetics from SUNY Fredonia in May, Emilee Stenson will embark on a new education journey – a two-year research training program with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Md.

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Students to share their Honduras medical mission experience

Roger Coda

The unique experience of serving on medical brigades in Honduras during the J-Term will be shared by Fredonia students in an informal presentation they’ll give on Friday, Feb. 21, at 3 p.m., in the Science Center’s Kelly Family Auditorium (Room 105).

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