Long Beach graduate student research

CSULB Senior Tuyen Ngoc Tran Receives Howell-CSUPERB Research Scholar Award

Among Recipients of 2012 Howell-CSUPERB Research Scholar Award Tuyen Ngoc Tran For his proposal to study how secondhand smoke exposure may predispose women to heart disease, Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) chemistry/biochemistry senior Tuyen Ngoc Tran has received a $3,000 scholarship as one of this year’s recipients of the Howell-CSUPERB Research Scholar Award.

CSULB Student Receives Don Eden Graduate Student Research Award

Summer University Program Fruit flies (Drosophila melanogaster) may seem like pests to most people, but their simple biologic structure makes them ideal hosts for a variety of scientific experiments. For her work in identifying a fruit fly gene that can be useful in diabetes and other biological studies, Melissa Kaye Jones from Cal State Long Beach (CSULB) received the 2012 Don Eden Graduate Student Research Award at the 24th annual California State University Biotechnology Symposium held recently in Santa Clara.

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