Anderson Presents at State Capitol

March 11, 2020

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CBC Student Austin Anderson Presents Poster at the Arkansas State Capitol Conway, Ark. (March 10, 2020) - On Wednesday, February 19, Central Baptist College student Austin Anderson participated in the Undergraduate Research Posters at the Arkansas State Capitol event. Held annually, this event allows college and university Arkansas STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) students to present their scientific work to state elected officials. The event was held in the Arkansas State Capitol Rotunda.


Austin Anderson presented her poster entitled F-box protein-mediated selective proteolysis and its importance in cancer therapy. Austins research is done in conjunction with Central Baptist College Associate Professor of Biology, Dr. Mi-Seon Seong and is funded by Arkansas INBRE. Central Baptist College is an Arkansas INBRE (IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence) Affiliated Institution.


Learn more about Arkansas INBRE by visiting inbre.uams.edu. Learn more about the Math & Science Department at Central Baptist College by visiting cbc.edu or by contacting Dr. Mi-Seon Seong at mseong@cbc.edu. Prospective students can contact the Central Baptist College Admissions Office at admissions@cbc.edu or 501-329-6873.