PrIMe postdoctoral research associate wins first place at College of Veterinary Medicine Research Symposium
Dr. Stephanie Martinez, a PrIMe postdoctoral research associate in Dr. Michael Court’s laboratory took first place for her poster presentation, “Effects of Canine Cytochrome P450 Oxidoreductase Polymorphisms on P450-Mediated Drug Metabolism,” at the Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine Student and Post-Doctoral Research Symposium in the post-doctoral category on October 25, 2018. The Symposium is an annual event for College of Veterinary Medicine students and post-doctoral trainees to present their research to the University community. PrIMe was also well-represented at the Symposium by postdoctoral research associate, Dr. Sol Rivera, and PhD student, Dr. Ana Costa. Dr. Rivera presented her work on feline metabolomics and Dr. Costa presented her research on the effects of plasma protein variants on drug-protein binding interactions in dogs.