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Physics Grads Win Drexel Research Award

May 8, 2015

Doctoral candidates Maxwell Henderson and Matthew Voelker shared first prize in the Computation and Bio-Modeling category during Drexel Research Day 2015:

Computation and Bio-Modeling — (Tie)

“Differentiating Neural Distributions: How Neural Geometries Can Impact Neural Firing Dynamics”
MAXWELL HENDERSON
Advisor: Luis Cruz


“A Computational Study of Amyloid ß-Protein Assembly in Crowded Environments” 
MATTHEW VOELKER

Advisor: Brigita Urbanc

“Prokaryotic Nucleotide Composition is Shaped by Both Phylogeny and the Environment”
ERIN REICHENBERGER
Advisor: Uri Hershberg, School of Biomedical Engineering, Science and Health Systems



Congratulations to all our outstanding graduate and undergraduate students who participated in this year's event!

- see more http://www.drexelresearchday.com/awards.html