New Matter: Inside the Minds of SLAS Scientists

2019 Student Poster Award Winners

March 25, 2020 SLAS Episode 1
New Matter: Inside the Minds of SLAS Scientists
2019 Student Poster Award Winners
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New Matter: Inside the Minds of SLAS Scientists
2019 Student Poster Award Winners
Mar 25, 2020 Episode 1
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This year’s Student Poster Award winners were chosen out of more than 325 poster abstract submissions and were judged on various content and design themes. The SLAS Student Poster Award recognizes the innovative research by students, graduate students, post-doctoral associates and junior faculty (less than four years in first academic appointment) who are chosen to present a poster during the conference.

Antra Ganguly, University of Texas at Dallas
A Passively Addressable Electrochemical Sensor for the Detection of Chloride Ion Levels in Ultralow Volumes of Perspired Human Sweat

Sudip Mondal, University of Texas at Austin
High-speed C. elegans Cytometry at 0.8 Million Frames per Second

Christopher Poon, University of Southern California
Multifunctional Peptide Micelle for Monocyte Targeting and Gene Therapy to Reduce Atherosclerosis

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This year’s Student Poster Award winners were chosen out of more than 325 poster abstract submissions and were judged on various content and design themes. The SLAS Student Poster Award recognizes the innovative research by students, graduate students, post-doctoral associates and junior faculty (less than four years in first academic appointment) who are chosen to present a poster during the conference.

Antra Ganguly, University of Texas at Dallas
A Passively Addressable Electrochemical Sensor for the Detection of Chloride Ion Levels in Ultralow Volumes of Perspired Human Sweat

Sudip Mondal, University of Texas at Austin
High-speed C. elegans Cytometry at 0.8 Million Frames per Second

Christopher Poon, University of Southern California
Multifunctional Peptide Micelle for Monocyte Targeting and Gene Therapy to Reduce Atherosclerosis