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Boyce Award Winner: Rosha Poudyal

Published: March 29th, 2017

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Rosha Poudyal, Doctoral Graduate Student

Graduate student and member of Dr. Michael Kladde’s laboratory, Rosha Poudyal is the recipient of the Wanda and Richard Boyce Award for her outstanding graduate research in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In total, three of our senior graduate students, Brittney Rife, Kristen Solocinski and Rosha Poudyal, competed in the Boyce competition.  All three gave excellent presentations and garnered significant support from their graduate student peers and faculty.  Rosha received the most votes and was the winner of the 2017 Boyce competition.

Rosha will be representing the Department of Biochemstiry and Molecualr Biology at the The 42nd annual The Medical Guild of the College of Medicine Graduate Student Competition on April 7th from 2:00pm — 4:00pm. She will give a 15-minute presentation and respond to a 5-minute Q&A session on her topic, “The Epigenomes of Latent and Lytic Kaposi’s Sarcoma-Associated Herpesvirus”.  For more information on this competiion and event click here.

Congratulations, Rosha!