RU CSAT students make professional research presentations
James Walker, a senior biology major, presented his research, "Using Pseudomonas Metabolites and phenazine derivatives as antiviral agents," at the Virginia Branch meeting of the American Society for Microbiology in November at James Madison University.
Walker's presentation tied for second place among the event's 44 graduate and undergraduate poster presentations. Walker’s research was done with Associate Professor of Biology Justin Anderson in the RU Arbovirus and Medical Entomology Lab.
Josh Oliver, a senior majoring in geospatial science, presented his research, "A tree-ring reconstruction of New River streamflow," in the 16-poster Physical Geography Session at the South Eastern Division of the American Association of Geographers' annual meeting at the University of Georgia. Oliver's project was produced with Assistant Professor of Geospatial Science Stockton Maxwell.