We are pleased to announce the GSA Poster Award winners from the 24th International C. elegans Conference! Undergraduate and graduate student members of the GSA were eligible for the awards, and a hard-working team of judges made the determinations.

Congratulations to all!

Zachary Bush, University of Oregon

“Mapping meiotic crossover sites in individual C. elegans spermatocyte and oocyte genomes by whole-genome sequencing”

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Elizabeth DiLoreto, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

“Shaping Brain Function with Microbes”

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Kinsey Fisher, Duke University,

“Investigating the role of chromatin structure in starvation resistance via novel histone variant hil-1/H1-0”

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Majdulin Istiban, KU Leuven

“Ancient glycoprotein hormone system regulates growth an intestinal function“

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Dalton Meadows, Arizona State University

“miRNA Expression and Strand Selection in C. elegans

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Sabrina Montresor, University of Bremen

“The chaperone HSP-110 modulates Aβ1-42 aggregation in C. elegans

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Federico Pini, University of British Columbia

“Inter-class axon-axon interaction defines tiled synaptic innervation of DA-class motor neurons in C. elegans

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Sigma Pradhan, Institute of Cell Biology, University of Bern, Switzerland

“Parental dietary restriction delays offspring growth due to suboptimal ribosome provisioning”