TECBio 2019 students Jackelyne Garcia-Cruz and Paul Dyduch attended The Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) 2019 where they presented their posters.

Jackelyne Garcia-Cruz’s poster was titled, “Screening and Simulating Potential Inhibitors for the CYP4F2-Enzyme.” She worked on her project with Dr. David Koes in the Department of Computational & Systems Biology.

Jackelyne Garcia-Cruz

Paul Dyduch’s poster was titled, “Using Ordinary Differential Equations to Model Metabolic Pathways Involved in Sepsis.” He worked on his project with Dr. Jason Shoemaker in the Department of Chemical & Petroleum Engineering.

Paul Dyduch


About the ABRCMS:

The Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS), recipient of the 2019 AIMBE Excellence in STEM Education Award, is one of the largest communities of underrepresented minorities in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Students attend this conference to present their research, enhance professional development skills, explore graduate schools, and network. Research faculty and program directors play an essential role in mentoring students and learning strategies for facilitating student success.

During the four-day conference, over 2,500 students from over 350 colleges and universities participate in poster and oral presentations in twelve STEM disciplines. All undergraduate and postbaccalaureate student presentations are judged and those receiving the highest scores in each scientific discipline are given an award during the closing banquet.