Anatomy doctoral student wins poster award
Jenna Wilcox, a third-year year student in the Anatomy PhD program at Penn State College of Medicine, won the award for Best Poster at the 2019 Penn State Musculoskeletal Research Symposium held May 15, 2019, in State College.
Wilcox’s poster, “Mitochondrial dysfunction in skeletal muscle of mice with bone metastases,” was based on her research conducted under the supervision of David Waning, PhD, Associate Professor of Cellular and Molecular Physiology.
Wilcox, originally from Lewisberry, Pa., earned her bachelor of science degree in chemistry, with a concentration in forensics, from Slippery Rock University in 2010. She also earned a bachelor of science in integrative science, also with a concentration in forensics, from Harrisburg University of Science & Technology in 2013.
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