Widhalm Lab Undergrad Researchers Receive CATE Funding – HLA Happenings

Widhalm Lab Undergrad Researchers Receive CATE Funding

Widhalm lab undergraduate research students Shoshana Keim and Lauryn Rhodes each received CATE Undergraduate Research Funding awards from the College of Agriculture. Shoshana and Lauryn are working on separate projects to investigate juglone metabolism alongside their graduate student mentor, George Meyer.

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