Sarah Brotman (Genetics and Molecular Biology Graduate Student in the Karen Mohlke lab), Saygin Gulec (Bioinformatics and Computational Biology Graduate Student in the Tim Elston and Klaus Hahn labs), and Nisitha Sengottuvel (Genetics and Molecular Biology Graduate Student in the Chad Pecot lab) participated in the 2022 UNC “Shadow a Scientist” Program.
Juneteeth Freedom Day Celebration Juneteenth commemorates African American liberation and celebrates Black history and culture, both of which are appreciated and valued at UNC Health. Join the celebration. PRAYER, PERFORMANCE, PRESENTATION, SACRED SPACE EXHIBIT, FEATURING: Rev. Darryl Owens, Chaplain, Grief Counselor, UNC Hospitals Mary D. Williams, Gospel Singer, Historian, & Educator Joseph Jordan, Vice Provost … Continued
Understanding and Navigating Microaggressions This training will explore the concept of microaggressions. It will explain important terminology related to microaggressions and will discuss some of the reasons that microaggressions can be challenging to identify and address. The training will give participants the opportunity to work in small groups to analyze specific examples of microaggressions that … Continued
Jamshaid Shahir is a graduate student in the Bioinformatics and Computational Biology (BCB) curriculum and member of the Jeremy Purvis laboratory, where he studies the dynamics of cell cycle progression under oncogenic KRAS mutations using experimental data and computational modeling.