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UPR students won awards at ABRCMS in Seattle

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Doce estudiantes de la Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Río Piedras, obtuvieron varios premios en la Conferencia Anual de Investigaciones Biomédicas.

The following students form the UPR system won awards for their research presentations at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) in Seattle.

UPR-RP: Kiara Berrios (Biochemistry); Cristina María Ríos (Neuroscience); Eddie Pérez-Caraballo and Nadia Yusif (Social and Behavioral Sciences); Gabriela Fenollal and Joel Encarnación Rosado (Cancer Biology); Ivana Serrano (Cellular Biology); Bethzaida Súarez, Andrés Molina, Nelson García and Alexandra Vázquez (Chemistry); and Josean Reyes (Physical Engineering and Math).

Students at other UPR campuses: Darisbeth Rosario and Angélica Rivera (Biochemistry); Naomi López and Marlian Montesinos (Neuroscience); Giancarlo Colón (Cancer Biology); Nicole Rivera (Chemistry); Jamilisse Segarra (Physical Engineering and Math); Pura Gutierrez (Inmunology); Lidimarie Trujillo (Microbiology); and Luis Pérez and Juan Maldonado (Molecular biology and Computational Biology).

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http://dialogoupr.com/noticia/upr/la-upr-arrasa-en-seattle/

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