Annual Biology Research Symposium 2019
This symposium is dedicated to showcasing and celebrating the exemplary work of our Guided Research & Seminar and Senior Thesis Research students. Under the guidance of their dedicated mentors, both at Barnard and throughout New York City, our students spent the 2018-2019 academic year working independently on projects ranging from those in cell biology to animal behavior to clinical trials.
At the 2019 Symposium, we featured the meticulous and painstaking work of our presenters and congratulated them and their mentors on their steadfast commitment to their research!
Biology majors enroll in Senior Thesis Research to satisfy their senior capstone requirement for the major. This year-long course requires students to work on independent research projects under the guidance of their mentors. It culminates in both a scientific paper and a 15-minute research talk presented in the Symposium's first session.
Majors who enroll in Guided Research & Seminar satisfy two of three required upper-level biology labs. This year-long course requires students to work on independent research projects under the guidance of their mentors. It culminates in both a scientific paper and the poster presented in the Symposium's second session.
Below, you will find the names and presentation or poster titles for the 2019 symposium. The Symposium Program can be found at: 2019 Biology Research Symposium