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The Miami Clinical and Translational Science Institute would like to thank all of our CaneSearch poster presenters and also all of those who attended the events on March 4, 2015 for helping to make this year’s research symposium the most successful ever.

CaneSearch, which was co-chaired by Drs. Norma Sue Kenyon and Alessia Fornoni and sponsored by the Miami CTSI, featured a Poster Session and Shared Resources Fair with 47 core facilities from across the University, 10 local community partner organizations and 75 scientific posters spanning all phases of translational research. Out of the 75 scientific posters, three were selected by our judges as winners of the competition for the outstanding quality of their work.

They are:
Presenter: Katrin Hacke, Ph.D.
Poster Title: A Novel Method Of Combined Preconditioning And In Vivo Chemoselection With 6-Thioguanine For Selection Of Genetically Engineered Hematopoietic Stem Cells

Presenter: Ana Marie Landin, Ph.D.
Poster Title: Small Molecules Can Be A Useful Tool To Improve B Cell Antibody Responses In Aging

Presenter: Suhrud Rajguru, Ph.D.
Poster Title: Benefits Of Mild Therapeutic Hypothermia In Hearing Conservation: Reducing The Effects Of Cochlear Implantation Trauma

Congratulations to the winners!

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