Thank you to everyone who presented, judged, or attended in 2021! You all helped to make our first online conference a successful one.
Undergraduate Category1st Place: Hayley Karst2nd Place: Jonathan Farr3rd Place: Ghiyun YooMSc Category1st Place: Ashley Gilliland2nd Place: Sabrina Fox3rd Place: Kat PickPhD category1st Place: April Martinig2nd Place: Marina Lazic3rd Place: Kevin Yoon/Carrie Ann Adams
Undergraduate Category1st Place: Tiana Barber-Cross2nd Place: Rim Daher3rd Place: Brittany WisemanMSc Category1st Place: Tamika Nagao2nd Place: Jiahul Wang3rd Place: Sage RaymondPhD Category1st Place: Renee Dicipulo2nd Place: Yan Yin Wang3rd Place: Hem Kanta Sharma
Undergraduate Category1st Place: Esra Erkut2nd Place: Alejandro Escobar-Lopez3rd Place: Brittany RaeMSc Category1st Place: Sujani Gomes2nd Place: Carly Davis3rd Place: Christiana R. FrostPhD Category1st Place: Shubham Soni2nd Place: Jaclyn McCutcheon
Congratulations to all of the 2021 winners!
Participants, please take a minute to fill out this short feedback form to help us improve the conference for next year.
Thank you to our sponsors! The 2021 conference was supported (in part) by the Faculty of Graduate Studies and Research at the University of Alberta, by the Graduate Students’ Association, and by the Faculty of Science at the University of Alberta.
The Dr. Richard E. Peter Biology Conference is organized by the Biological Sciences Graduate Student Association (BGSA) in order to showcase the diverse research conducted by Biological Sciences and life sciences students at the University of Alberta and institutions across the province. The event consists of poster and oral presentations by senior undergraduate, M.Sc. and Ph.D. students as well as keynote lectures from distinguished professors within the U of A community and from abroad.
We respectfully acknowledge that the R.E. Peter Biology Conference is located on Treaty 6 territory, a traditional gathering place for diverse Indigenous peoples including the Cree, Blackfoot, Metis, Nakota Sioux, Iroquois, Dene, Ojibway / Saulteaux / Anishinaabe, Inuit, and many others whose histories, languages, and cultures continue to enrich our vibrant community.
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