Kimberly Austin

Scientific posters communicate preliminary results, provide students with opportunities to participate directly in the scientific process and to elicit feedback from experts in the field. Kimi’s abstract served as a concise summary of her sophisticated project and provided an overview of the overall work: background, results and the implications of her findings. The nature of this project was to utilize bioinformatics to analyze data and her particular approach to this presentation provided a compelling visual representation of complex information. Scientific posters, when presented at conferences, serve as a catalyst for discussion of the student’s data with experts and peers. Kimi’s poster is laid out in a way that efficiently facilitates such discussions.

–Daniel Kainer

MRSA Gene Sequence Suggesting Possible Mryistoylation in Prokaryotes • Poster

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