BMS Level 3 student achieves Rob Clarke Abstract award
Congratulations to Level 3 undergraduate student Jinheng Cameron Lin, who has won a Rob Clarke Abstract Award to present his research project as a poster at Physiology 2016.
This is the joint meeting of the American and UK Physiological Societies, and is being held this year in Dublin, Ireland. Cameron did his project in the Whitfield lab in BMS, analysing vestibular function in zebrafish.
The title of Cameron's poster: 'An automated video tracking as a powerful quantitative assay for detecting vestibular defects in the zebrafish, Danio rerio.'
In addition, Dr Louise Robson, Director of Undergraduate Studies, had praise for Cameron, stating: "Having played a large role in developing the Rob Clarke Awards at the Physiological Society while chairing the Education and Outreach Committee, I am absolutely thrilled to see one of our students winning an abstract award."
Well done Cameron and good luck for the presentation in Dublin at the end of July.
Update on Cameron's thoughts about the Dublin conference