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SPH Poster Day winners named

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Out of 37 entries, the School of Public Health (SPH) has named two winners for its 17th annual Poster and Exhibit Day. Pauline Koh-Banerjee won for her research “Changes in body weight and body fat distribution as risk factors for clinical diabetes in U.S. men” and Dmitri Wiederschain won for his exhibit “Extreme C-terminus of ELL mediates p53 inhibition by the MLL-ELL leukemic fusion.”

The following participants received honorable mention for their research: Randi Paynter (“CYP19 gene polymorphisms and endometrial cancer risk”); Michelle Soriano (“SLIM, a novel negative regulator of STAT function during Type I Immunity”); Aeisha Robb (“Transferrin Receptor 2 expression is associated with a biphasic pattern of transferring uptake and redistribution of transferring to multivescular bodies”); Yi Kyung Park (“Dietary fiber and risk of colorectal cancer: A pooled analysis of cohort studies”); and Elizabeth Heilig (“Metal transport across the pulmonary epithelium: A regulated process”).