The 1st PRCEN student meeting at the Medical Science Campus. September 18, 2019,
The NSF PRCEN program sponsored travel for eight UPR students to participate in the workshop Modern Methods in Microscopy: Advances, Strategies, and Techniques for Neuroscience at the University of Kansas. May 31 - June 8, 2019. Students received training from Dr. Eduardo Rosa-Molinar and Dr. Noraida Martinéz-Rivera of the UK Biological Imaging Group / Microscopy and Analytical Imaging Research Resource Core Laboratory. Topics included sample preparation, confocal microscopy, multi-photon microscopy, image analysis, and rigor & reproducibility. Thanks to Drs. Rosa-Molinar, Martínez-Rivera, and the entire team of UPR and UK administrative and scientific staff that made this exceptional experience possible.
Mark Miller, PRCEN Program Director, shared techniques for delivering drugs to the crustacean circulatory system with students from UPR and Universidad del Turabo.
(Friday. September 8, 2018)