Students Dylan Chudoff, Pamela Myers, Tao Ope, Katelyn Starr, Brittany Sturvidant, and Krystal Tolson presented undergraduate research at the annual meeting of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science. This year’s conference was held from April 10-12, 2015 on the campus of Lebanon Valley College. The students were accompanied by Dr. Kelly Orlando and Dr. Carl Pratt, Department of Biology.
Ashley Gonzalez, a junior biology major, spent her summer of 2015 conducting research with Dr. Dennis Wykoff at Villanova University. A grant through the National Science Foundation provides laboratory supplies for Ashley to continue her research here at Immaculata during the academic year. Dr. Kelly Orlando, Department of Biology is a consultant on the NSF grant.
Undergraduate Research at the Capitol, Pennsylvania poster conference
Sophomore biology major Dylan Chudoff presented a research poster titled “Isolation of Novel Arthobacter sp. Phages with a Robust New Method” at the Undergraduate Research at the Capitol – Pennsylvania on March 3, 2015. Dylan’s poster detailed the research he performed at Cabrini College last summer under the tutelage of Dr. David Dunbar. Senator Andrew Dinniman (pictured) and PA State Representative Duane Milne stopped by to congratulate Dylan on his research accomplishment.