Four St. Bonaventure University science majors presented posters at the 3rd annual Central New York Zebrafish Meeting, held in April at Syracuse University.
The students were accompanied by Dr. Sean Ryan, assistant professor of biology.
Eleven different zebrafish labs from universities and colleges in New York state and Canada attended the meeting, which included presentations and posters from undergraduates, graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and principal investigators.
The range of subjects included behavioral studies, developmental biology, toxicology and genetics, Ryan said.
Attending from St. Bonaventure were:
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