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Christina Miller wins 1st place for best oral presentation

Christina Miller won 1st place for best oral presentation at the annual Nebraska IDeA Networks for Biomedical Research Excellence (INBRE) meeting in Lincoln.

Christina has worked with Dr. Mike Nichols in the Physics department for the last 2 years and her summer research project was performed in Dr. Laura Hansen's lab in the Biomedical Sciences department.  A hallmark of the INBRE program is collaborative projects between undergraduate faculty members in the College of Arts & Sciences and graduate faculty members within the state of Nebraska.

For more information please see the Creighton news article.

Congratulations Christina!

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