Half 1, Poster #1 presenter Nader Abutaleb and Samantha Brady were our Poster and Talk winners, respectively. Congratulations!
The Biophysics group at Purdue is happy to announce there are 5 training fellowships available to fund graduate students for 2019. Part of the requirements for this fellowship include helping organize the 2020 HG2BG Sympsoium.
Learn more here: https://molbiophys.science.purdue.edu
The Career Session has wrapped up and DAY 1 is almost over! We want to thank you all for participating in our symposium.
Please make sure to show up tomorrow morning at 8:30am in Krannert Lobby for check-in and breakfast.
We would appreciate it if you would take the time to let us know how your experience was in the survey below.
There’s still time to Register for this Symposium! However, we are no longer accepting abstracts, and we cannot guarantee T-shirts at this time, but we welcome participants to still attend!
We are excited to welcome Dr. Cynthia Wolberger from Johns Hopkins as our Keynote Speaker this year!
Please check out our venue layout. We will be having talks in Rawls 1086 and we are having the poster session and lunch setup in the Krannert Lobby. These buildings are right next to each other.
Also, for attendees interested in our Career Session, we have 6 great panelists from different areas in STEM. Join us on Tuesday, May 7th at the Lafayette Brewing Co. to meet our panelists and play some trivia!
Welcome to the 2019 Purdue Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Biomolecular Galaxy Symposium website! This annual, interdisciplinary symposium features various areas of study including physics, chemistry, engineering, and biology. Over the years, interest in our symposium has steadily grown, and this year we expecting over 150 scientists from various regions in the Midwest to attend. This meeting is a great chance for researchers to communicate their ideas and progress in the form of a short talk and/or poster presentation.
This year’s mini-symposium will be held at Purdue University on May 8th-9th.
We are offering various prizes for best oral and poster presentations. Additionally, we are offering multiple Travel Awards of up to $300. We also encourage students and postdocs to take part in our free Career Session event May 7th, 2019 at Lafayette Brewing Co. to learn about different career paths and mingle with professionals in STEM.
Thanks to our generous sponsors, registration is free!!
Please visit our registration page to fill out the survey by Midnight (Eastern time) Friday, March 15th, 2019 to confirm your attendance and submit abstracts.
On behalf of the 2019 Purdue Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Biomolecular Symposium Committee: We look forward to seeing you in May 2019!
Qiuyan Chen (Postdoc/Biological Sciences)
Brenda Gonzalez (Biological Sciences)
Chelsea Theisen (Chemistry)