Recently, various members of the Bailey lab showed off their hard work. At the University's Karle Symposium, Colleen picked up an award for her oral presentation, "Microfluidic Platform for Rapidly Incorporating Total Membrane Protein Content from Whole Cell Lysate into Nanodisc Libraries Enables Activity-Based Profiling." Cole also talked his poster about "Cytokine Profiling for the Diagnosis of Chorioamnionitis Using Silicon Photonic Microring Resonator Arrays" up for an award.
Heather also just got back from the AACC Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo where she presented her work, "A Machine Learning Approach to Inflammatory Cytokine Profiling Reveals Diagnostic Signatures for Latent Tuberculosis Infection and Reactivation Risk Stratification," and earned the AACC Student Poster Contest, Second Place and Personalized Medicine Division Outstanding Abstract Award!
Way to go, everyone!