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KU student presents research

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LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Student research related to biological and behavioral sciences was presented last month at the 14th annual University of Kansas- Haskell Undergraduate Research Symposium. Presenters included Ruben Medina of San Antonio. Medina is a junior at KU studying health, sport, and exercise sciences. He is a participant in the IMSD program working with Mary Fry, associate professor of health, sport, and exercise sciences.

The symposium presenters included undergraduates and graduate-level students at both universities who participate in programs that encourage under-represented students to pursue research careers in biomedical science.

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