Five GGC students presented research posters at the Society of Neuroscience's Global Connectome: A Virtual Event in January 2021, mentored by Drs. Anca Doloc-Mihu and Cengiz Gunay, both assistant professors of information technology.
Elijah Noisin, '21, psychology; Eman Zaki, '22, biology; Don Charles Sugatapala, '20, psychology, and Gunay presented, “A crash course in computational neuroscience for undergraduate students.”
Hieu Dinh, '20, information technology; Daina Thomas, '23, biology; Doloc-Mihu and Gunay presented, “Analysim - a web platform for collaborative data sharing and analysis."
Three GGC information technology majors presented interactive workshop tutorials at the University of Georgia's online UGAHacks 6 event, a weekend invention competition that inspires innovation, cultivates communities and teaches computer science skills, in February 2021. Mentored by Drs. Anca Doloc-Mihu and Cengiz Gunay, both assistant professors of information technology, the students and their workshop topic were: Safiyullah Khan, '21 -- “How to Test Your Website with Selenium WebDriver;” Shaun Mitchell, '21 -- “Git(Hub) Basics: Git + GitHub Concepts” and Chris Martinez, '21 -- “Getting Started with Angular Services.”
Dr. Jeffrey Fouche-Camargo, assistant professor of nursing, recently made a virtual presentation for about 200 members of the Louisiana section of the Association of Women's Health, Obstetric and Neonatal Nurses. His topic was the novel mRNA vaccines against SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19.