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May 22, 2010

Nine Ohio University students from biomedical engineering labs attended and presented at conferences in early 2010.

Six of them presented at the American Association for Cancer Research meeting in April in Washington, D.C.

That group included three biomedical engineering master's program students: Karissa Henson and Matt Wood of Monica Burdick's lab and Amritha Venkatesh of Fabian Benencia's lab. Burdick is an assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering. Benencia is an assistant professor of biomedical sciences.

The others in Washington were doctoral student Venktesh Shirure and undergraduates Courtney Abram and Jocelyn Marshall, all of Burdick's lab.

Their abstracts:

In February, three graduate students from the lab of Li Xu -- Ning Zhou, Heather Schultz, and Bethany Mendez -- presented at the Association for Research in Otolarynxology in Anaheim, Calif. Xu was the lead author on the paper, "Temporal Aspects of Sine-Wave Speech." Xu is an associate professor of hearing, speech, and language sciences. 

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