First Place Winner Austin Payne Passaro, at the 2018 UGS RBC Fellow Symposium! Congratulations!

Austin Payne Passaro won first place in the 2018 UGA RBC Fellow Symposium oral presentation for his work titled: Functional outcomes of crosstalk between neural networks and muscles during early in vitro development are revealed by a novel 3D neuromuscular co-culture platform. As part of his presentation, he talked about his collaborations through EBICS: at MIT, where the group is using a novel microfluidic device for angiogenesis assays, and with the University of Illinois on a novel three-dimensional culture platform for neuromuscular junction research.

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