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Alum Presents Science Research Conducted at Oberlin

August 14, 2015
Communications Staff
Gabriel Moore in the lab
Photo credit: Tanya Rosen-Jones ’97

Gabriel Moore ’15 studies Caenorhabditis elegans (C.elegans), microscopic worms that can serve as model organisms to study biological processes that may then be applied to more complex organisms. Moore was awarded a travel grant to attend the 2015 C.elegans International Meeting earlier this summer, where he presented research he conducted over three years in the lab of Associate Professor of Biology Maureen Peters. Read more about Moore and his research on the News Center.

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