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Research Abstracts & Posters
Join the Bridge to the Doctorate Fellows from Wisc-AMP to learn about research abstracts and poster presentations. Alexius and Darian will demonstrate how to best showcase your research outcomes at a professional research conference.

This session covers: Basic components and requirements of a research poster; What differentiates a good poster from a winning poster; Presenting to different audiences; Best practices in delivering the research presentation at a poster session.

Jul 15, 2020 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Darian James, MS
Doctoral Candidate @University of Wisconsin-Madison
Darian S. James is a doctoral candidate in the biomedical engineering program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She received her B.S. in nuclear engineering from South Carolina State University in 2015. A 2016 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship recipient, Darian is also an LSAMP Bridge to the Doctorate Fellow, a UW-Madison Graduate Engineering Research Scholar and a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She uses multimodal nonlinear microscopy and image processing techniques to understand extracellular matrix remodeling in idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, potentially allowing for less-invasive imaging and earlier detection of this fatal lung disease. Darian’s goals are to develop and apply expertise to the fights against cancers and other fatal diseases while helping to increase the number of African-Americans pursuing undergraduate and graduate degrees in STEM fields.
Alexius Lampkin
Graduate Student Researcher, NSF Bridge to the Doctorate Fellow @University of Wisconsin-Madison
Alexius is a first-generation student who earned two bachelor degrees from Albany State University in Forensic Science and Chemistry. She is currently a second year Molecular and Cellular Pharmacology PhD student at the Univeristy of Wisconsin-Madison. Alexius studies neuropsychopharmacology with specific interest in treatments for psychiatric illnesses. She was apart of the Florida-Georgia LSAMP family during undergrad and is currently a NSF LSAMP Bridge to Doctorate fellow and recently awarded the Graduate Research Fellowship (GRFP).