Three Jaguars excel at the Texas A&M College of Medicine Summer Research Program
By University Communications
Monday, 09 17 2018
Left to right: Alejandro Sota, Desiree A. Garza and Amelia Blydenburgh
Alejandro Soto, Amelia Blydenburgh and Desiree A. Garza participated in the Texas A&M College of Medicine Summer Research Program. The purpose of the program is to give undergraduate students interested in biomedical research the opportunity to work in a laboratory and perform a research project over the summer. During the 10-week program, students worked closely with Texas A&M University College of Medicine faculty on research projects in basic or clinical science disciplines.
In a note to A&M-SA Provost Mike O'Brien, Dr. Brett Mitchell, associate professor of medical physiology and director of the program, said: "I want to thank you for sending 3 AWESOME students to our program this past summer. They did a fantastic job not only in the labs but also presenting their work... We look forward to having more TAMU-SA students next summer!"
Congratulations to Alejandro, Amelia and Desiree, and thanks for making us proud.