2021 Student/New Investigator Presentation Awards - Winners Announcement

Congratulations to the Winners of the 2021 EMGS Student and New Investigator Presentation Awards!

Every year, The Education, Student and New Investigator Affairs Committee (ESNIA) invites students and new investigators to submit abstracts for either poster or oral presentations. Submissions are automatically entered in the Best Presentation/Poster Competition, which takes place at the EMGS Annual Meeting. To be considered for the award, the abstract must be submitted and presented by the student or new investigator. Each winner receives a monetary prize.

ESNIA is proud to announce the winners for the 2021 Student and New Investigator Awards:

Best Poster Presentation by a Student:

1st place - Anne-Marie Fortin

2nd place - Celeste Marin

Best Poster Presentation by a New Investigator:

1st place (tie) - Hannah Battaion

1st place (tie) - Daniela Muoio

Best Platform Presentation by a Student:

1st place- Tatiana Kozbenko

2nd place- Max Fairlamb

Best Platform Presentation by a New Investigator:

1st place- Barbara Arbeithuber

2nd place- Amy Whittaker

Thank you to the judges who helped make this competition a success, and thank you also to all the participants who submitted abstracts and presented work. We sincerely hope you got as much back from your discussions as you gave with your efforts throughout the past year. We look forward to seeing you all return next year for the 2022 ICEM in Ottawa, Canada. Be sure to bring your peers and lab mates along to introduce them to the best society out there!

To view the rest of our 2021 EMGS award winners, follow @EMGSUS on Twitter! Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society (@EMGSUS) / Twitter

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