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Undergraduate Student Spotlight: Madeline Bright

Meet UC Davis Undergraduate Researcher Madeline Bright in our lab’s new Undergraduate Student Spotlight Video! Hear about how she got into undergraduate research and how it will help her career. Undergrads – there is solid advice included on how to join a research lab if you have been thinking about it. Madeline wants to enter into an M.D.-Ph.D. program after her undergraduate work, and is very well on her way towards that goal.

Madeline is a 2nd year Biological Sciences student working in the David Laboratory in the Chemistry Department at UC Davis, and has been with us for over one year. Madeline recently won the 2019 Francesca Miller Undergraduate Research Award at the 2019 Miller Symposium at UC Davis.

Here’s to a Bright future!

 

Beal Lab: There is an Easter Egg in this video for you! Enjoy!

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Dr. Sheila S. David
ssdavid@ucdavis.edu
(530)-752-4280

Department of Chemistry
One Shields Ave.
Davis, CA 95616