The Vermont Biosciences Alliance (VBSA) is excited to announce the winner’s of their first annual undergraduate student research award through St. Michaels College. VBSA is thrilled to have the opportunity to recognize exceptional students and their research in the field of biology.
Natalie Ledue was awarded for her poster entitled: The role of enamel thickness in carnivoran dietary adaptation. She worked with Professor Paul Constantino. Natalie is from Springvale, Maine.
Charles Poston was awarded for his oral presentation entitled: Spontaneous mutations in years: exploring causes and implications. He worked with Professor Malcolm Lippert. Charles is from Fitzwilliam, New Hampshire.
The “VBSA/SMC Undergraduate Student Research Award” is given to students in Recognition of Excellence in Research, Design, Implementation and Communication.