Congratulations to this Year's Recipients of Charlton Poster Awards
Photo: The winners of the 2019 Charlton Poster Competition with speaker Carla Shatz: (left to right) Sadi Quinones, Keynote Speaker Dr. Carla Shatz, Christopher Schwake, Nicholas Koylass, Mike Thorsen, Jackson Fatherree, Liz Lin, Nicholas Camarda, Rachel Levene, Justyna Jaskiewicz, and Mengyun Zhang. Not picture: Ananja Mahalingam-Dhingra and Pooja Sikka.
The 44th Earle P. Charlton Lecture and Poster Competition took place November 13-14, 2019. This year, for the first time, we received more submissions than could be accommodated in the poster session.
The competition featured student presenters from the Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences; the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine; Tufts University School of Medicine; and Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. The competition was followed by a keynote lecture by Dr. Carla Shatz of Stanford University, whose talk, “Synapses Lost and Found: Developmental Critical Periods and Alzheimer’s Disease,” was a fascinating capstone to the event. Thank you to everyone who submitted an abstract, everyone who presented a poster, and our dedicated faculty judges. The entries this year were excellent, and the judges had their work cut out for them.
- 4th Place: Pooja Sikka (TUSM)
- 3rd Place: Ananya Mahalingam-Dhingra (Cummings)
- 2nd Place: Liz Lin (TUSM)
- 1st Place: Nicholas Camarda (TUSM, MD/PhD Program)
Junior Graduate Student Category
- 4th Place: Nicholas Koylass (Sackler, PREP Scholar)
- 3rd Place: Jackson Fatherree (Sackler, CMDB Program)
- 1st Place (tied): Rachel Levene (Sackler, Molecular Microbiology Program)
- 1st Place (tied): Sadi Quinones (Sackler, Neuroscience Program)
Senior Graduate Student Category
- 4th Place: Mengyun Zhang (Sackler, Molecular Microbiology Program)
- 3rd Place: Mike Thorsen (Sackler, CMDB Program)
- 2nd Place: Justyna Jaskiewicz (Cummings, PhD Program in Biomedical Sciences)
- 1st Place: Christopher Schwake (Sackler, CMDB Program)