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Rockford Students Jing Li & Matthew Summerlin win EMGS Travel Awards

Jing Li and Matthew Summerlin from the Hanakahi Lab in Rockford have been selected for student travel awards to attend the 47th annual Environmental Mutagen and Genomics Society meeting in Kansas City, MO, September 23-28, 2016.

Matthew's abstract is called "SORF Proteins As Newcomers In Double-Strand Break Repair By Classical Non-Homologous End Joining" was selected for oral presentation in Basic Science Platform Session 1: DNA Damage and Repair".

Jing's abstract entitled "Investigating the role of TDP1 in non-homologous end joining" was selected by the DNA Repair Special Interest Group for oral presentation during their group breakfast meeting.  In addition, Jing's abstract was also selected for presentation during the Flash Talk session, which highlights selected abstracts.

Both students have been invited to give oral presentations. 

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