The Translational Plant Sciences Graduate Program is please to announce that TPS Fellows Katie D'Amico-Willman and Rachel Combs both placed in the annual Horticulture and Crop Science Graduate Research Symposium.
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The Translational Plant Sciences Graduate Program is proud to announce that TPS Fellow Katie D'Amico-Willman was recently awarded a two year predoctoral fellowship from the USDA - National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA). Congratulations Katie!
TPS Fellow Parker Evans competed in the Three Minute Thesis challenge as a part of the 2019 Ohio State Materials Week.
TPS Fellow Parker Evans made the finals for the Three Minute Thesis competition for Materials Week at The Ohio State University. See him present during the competition at 5:00 p.m. on May 7th in 140 Prahl Hall.
Congratulations to TPS Fellow Katie D'Amico! Katie's poster, Profiling Genome-Wide DNA Methylation in Identical Twin Almonds to Explore Aging and Non-Infectious Bud-Failure, won 2nd place in the doctoral poster competition at the 2019 CFAES Research Conference.
The Translational Plant Sciences Graduate Program is excited to announce that TPS Fellow Stephanie Karhoff successfully defended her dissertation on Tuesday, March 26th. Dr. Stephanie Karhoff is the first domestic graduate of the TPS program.