Grad student Karen Plevock secures funds from ASCB and NCBC

Congratulations to Karen Plevock, graduate student from Biochemistry and Biophysics, who partnered with Rebecca Adikes, Vincent Boudreau, and Carlos Patiño-Descovich (Biology Department UNC), and Kaelyn Sumigray (post-doctoral fellow in Cell Biology at Duke) for securing funding for the organization of The Triangle Cytoskeleton meeting.

Grad student Karen Plevock secures funds from ASCB and NCBC
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Karen Plevock, graduate student

The students and postdoctoral researchers have successfully garnered funds from the American Society for Cell Biology and the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. The funds will be used to organize The Triangle Cytoskeleton Meeting (TCM), which will aim to bring together researchers across multiple disciplines and institutions (UNC, Duke, State, NIEHS), to foster interdisciplinary research, develop novel methods and establish new networks among researchers. Please click on link to learn more and to register: trianglecytoskeleton.com.

They are now actively accepting applications http://trianglecytoskeleton.com. An all day conference is being held on September 12, 2014 at RTP headquarters (12 Davis Dr, Research Triangle Park, NC 27709).