Flores honored for outstanding presentation

November 18, 2016

Daniela Flores accepts the Outstanding Presentation Award for the Biological Sciences during the Graduate Minority Assistantship Program (GMAP) annual symposium.

EEOB graduate student, Daniela Flores, received the Outstanding Presentation Award for the Biological Sciences during the Graduate Minority Assistantship Program (GMAP) annual symposium.

GMAP supplements financial stipends of underrepresented graduate students at ISU. The symposium highlights the research contributions of the students receiving GMAP funding. Awards were given to one student in each of the oral presentation categories:  Math/Physical sciences, Biological Sciences, and Social Sciences/Humanities.  One award was given to the best poster presentation.

Flores was honored for her presentation entitled Epigenetic Inheritance and Predisposition to Sex in Temperature-dependent Sex Determination.

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