Hinman Student Research Travel Award
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
Congratulations to Joel Keshwah - DDS 2015 (Hamilton Lab) "The effects of surface nano-topographies on osteoblast adhesion, migration and fibronectin fibrillogenesis".
The goal of the Hinman Student Research Symposium is to help raise and maintain the quality of dental research and education by encouraging participation of dental students, graduate trainees, and dental school faculty in research to improve oral health care.
Joel will be representing Schulich Dentistry at the 2013 Hinman Student Research Symposium to be held on Oct 25-27 in Memphis, Tennessee.