Participants in the 2015 Duke Summer Research Opportunities Program (SROP) presented their research during the Third North Carolina Biosciences Collaborative Symposium on July 31. The poster presentations, held at the Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center for Health Education, were the culmination of the students' 10-week experience.
The Duke SROP is geared toward undergraduate students from around the country who are seriously considering pursuing a Ph.D., and it is designed to give them hands-on experience in graduate-level biomedical research.
Photos of the Symposium
(If you cannot see the slideshow below, see the pictures on our Facebook page)