Boise State University Student Wins Science Academy Award

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Boise State University Student Wins Science Academy Award
Cheri L. Lamb, a doctoral student in the Boise State University Biomolecular Sciences Ph.D. Program, won a First-Place Award for Best Oral Paper Presentation at the 55th Annual Symposium of the Idaho Academy of Science. The meeting, held at the ISU campus in Pocatello, took place March 21-23, 2013. A panel of Academy judges selected Lamb for the award based on her presentation, “Activation of Hepatic Stellate Cells by the Aryl Hydrocarbon Receptor During Experimental Liver Fibrosis.” Dr. Kristen A. Mitchell sponsored and directed Ms. Lamb’s research for this project.  Lamb will receive a certificate and a monetary award.
The Idaho Academy of Science (IAS) was chartered in 1958 to further the cause of science and science education in Idaho. The Academy seeks to promote public understanding and appreciation of the sciences and applied technology in the modern world, and to improve the effectiveness of scientific education in Idaho. With Trustee positions allocated to every institution of higher learning in the state, as well as at-large representatives, our membership is very broad-based. The Academy is also the only statewide organization in Idaho which embraces all scientific and engineering disciplines.  More information about the IAS is available at
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