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Farewell Young Scholar Garrett Ma!


Garrett has spent the summer in the David Lab conducting advanced research alongside graduate student lab members Nicole and Cindy as part of the UC Davis Young Scholars Program. Even good things come to an end, and in following with David Lab tradition, Garrett leaves his mark before saying goodbye. We wish Garrett the best of luck in the future!

UC Davis Young Scholars Program

Garrett’s Goodbye Ceremony: Nicole, Garrett, Cindy, and Sheila

Garrett leaving his mark on the wall in the David Lab with Nicole and Cindy.

Garrett signs his name above his fingerprint.


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Davis, CA 95616