2019 Science Symposium

Saturday, September 7

Location: Russell House University Union, UofSC Main Campus (directions)

Check-in begins at 8:30 am


The SC INBRE Program Office has issued our annual 2019SciSymp Call for Abstracts for our 11th Annual Science Symposium (#2019SciSymp). This is our time to show off the research being done throughout our state.


Who should submit?

Those funded by SC INBRE in any manner (summer student, bioinformatics pilot project, DRP, RET, etc.), can submit an abstract for poster presentation. Faculty may have more than one abstract if they had multiple students and each student wants to do a poster.


Who can attend?

Anyone! Symposium will be open to any member of the public who choses to register. This is our chance to show off the great work produced by SC INBRE! Submit your abstract, register and encourage others to also register to attend (students, like last year, your families are invited to attend the poster session - details to come)!


What is the Science Symposium?

SC INBRE Developmental Research Project and Bioinformatics Pilot Project Program funded faculty will give talks on their research. Students will have judged poster sessions. Symposium will also include a networking lunch – a chance for you to meet others who are performing research in the topic area you chose when you register. Returning for a second year will be a Bioinformatics roundtable, best practices discussion lead by our Bioinformatics Core director, Dr. Homay Valafar. You can indicate your interest in attending this session on the registration form. More details to come.

Agenda to come soon.


How can you be involved?

If you are not presenting a talk or a poster, the student posters are juried and we need JUDGES! Please consider volunteering to help us out. We can never have too many judges! Please let us know if you can assist us with this vital task by checking “Yes” to the question on the registration form!

For more info, contact:

Cyndy Buckhaults, SC INBRE Communications Manager


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