Jefferson’s annual Student Research Day and William Potter Lecture will take place Wednesday April 7, in the Dorrance H. Hamilton Building, 1001 Locust Street.
This year more than 115 presentations by Jefferson graduate and medical students, as well as undergraduate students from area colleges, will be featured during the poster session 11am-3:30 pm. Presentations will be judged by a group of scientists and cash prizes will be awarded for best poster in each research category.
The poster session will be followed by the William Potter Lecture at 3:30 p.m. : “ Eyes of the 21st Century: Controlling the Placement, Environments, and Interactions of Molecules at All Scales” given by Dr. Paul Weiss, PhD, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry and Director of the California Nanosystems Institute at UCLA. All attending are invited to the reception at the conclusion of the awards ceremony.
For more information visit the website for the Thomas Jefferson University Chapter of Sigma Xi or contact Roderick MacNeil x3-2827.
The event is organized by the Thomas Jefferson University Chapter of Sigma Xi, and sponsored by the Jefferson College of Graduate Studies and the Jefferson College of Health Professions.