Undergraduate student Taylor Feldt wins second place at Kent State University’s 2019 Undergraduate Research Symposium
Please join us in congratulating Taylor Feldt for winning second place at this year’s Undergraduate Research Symposium. Taylor’s presentation, Analysis of Duplication Events and Copy Number Differences in Macaque Y-Chromosome Genes, was based on research that she completed in the Anthropology Evolutionary Genetics Laboratory under the direction of Dr. Anthony Tosi, and with assistance from PhD student Cody Ruiz.
Taylor, a McNair Scholar, will be graduating this May with a double major in Biological Anthropology and Molecular/Cellular Biology and a Minor in Spanish. After graduation, Taylor will attend the PhD program in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology at The Ohio State University, where she has been awarded the Patrick S. Osmer SROP fellowship for molecular biology.