Safari's Research Poster Places Second in Grad Exhibition

Posted: March 26, 2017

Ph.D. candidate Maliheh Safari received 2nd Place award in 2017 Graduate Exhibition.
Image: Penn State

Image: Penn State

During the 32nd annual Graduate Exhibition March 24 and 26, 2017, Maliheh Safari, a Ph.D. candidate in Marilyn Roossinck's lab, was one of forty-one graduate students from more than 200 participants to receive an award for research and creative scholarship.

Maliheh received the second place award in the Health and Life Sciences division for her research poster presentation titled "Evolution of a plant persistent virus and its modification of aphid behavior."