May 14, 2019
BMS graduate students host Distinguished Guest Lecturer Dr. Allyn Howlett from Wake Forest School of Medicine. Dr. Howlett is a Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology. Her seminar was entitled “Studies on the Potholder: CB1 cannabinoid Receptor Signaling and its Associated Proteins”.
OXFORD, Miss. – For graduate students, the ability to summarize the results of a laboratory experiment can be as important as the result themselves.
To emphasize the skill of writing in science, the University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy offered a Graduate Student Scientific Writing Workshop last month, sponsored by the school’s Graduate Student Program office, the BioMolecular Sciences department and Pharmaceutics and Drug Delivery department.
Please join the BMS department and Graduate School Council (GSC) in congratulating our BMS student winners of the 9th Annual GSC Research Symposium. The GSC hosts many events throughout the year, but Research Day is of paramount importance to our organization and the graduate school as a whole. These students will receive travel funds to present their research at conferences. Our 2019 BMS grant recipients are:
- Erik Hodges – Division of Pharmacology
- Niloofar Abolhasani Khaje – Division of Pharmacology
- Hao Liu – Division of Pharmacology
- Abidah Parveen – Division of Pharmacognosy
This is great news for our students. A hearty congratulations to them!
BioMolecular Sciences graduate students participated in The Ole Miss Big Event community service project this past weekend. This event impacts the broader community and has historically been the largest community service project at the University of Mississippi!
Happy Halloween from the Department of BioMolecular Sciences! The grad students hosted a pumpkin decorating party to get in the Halloween Spirit!
Dr. Joshua Sharp was the guest speaker at the first BMS Graguate Students Professional Skills Workshop, hosted by GSAC.
GSAC kicks off the Fall semester with the first Journal Club meeting!
The Department of BioMolecular Sciences kicked off the new school year with its Welcome Back Orientation on August 17. The day consisted of the Joseph Sam Distinguished Alumnus Lecture featuring 2018 recipient Randall Clark in the morning before the awards luncheon and department photo in the afternoon.
See more pictures at the Facebook gallery: “BMS Welcome Back Orientation”