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Biomedical Communications students recognized at Parkes Symposium

Photo of Caitlin Swanberg and Qingyang ChenTwo Biomedical Communications graduate students came home winners from the O.A. Parkes Symposium & International Student Conference this past winter. The medical illustration program at Georgia Regents University hosted the symposium March 13-14, 2015 in Augusta, Georgia.

Qingyang Chen, MScBMC Class of 2015, won the Garlington Award for Outstanding Achievement in Instructional Print Media for her piece “Retinitis pigmentosa.”

Caitlin Swanberg, MScBMC Class of 2016, won the silver medal in Instructional Print Media for her piece “Stem cell modification using CRISPR and its defense against disease.”

Congratulations Qingyang and Caitlin!

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Garlington Award winning piece "Retinitis pigmentosa" by Qingyang Chen, MScBMC 2015

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Qingyang Chen, MScBMC 2015

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Caitlin Swanberg's silver medal in instructional print media winner "Stem cell modification using CRISPR and its defense against disease"

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Caitlin Swanberg, Class of 2016

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