Winners of Baylor's fourth annual Science and Engineering Symposium have been announced.
Winning "best overall" was junior Lauren Hill, for her study of Belinostat treatment for breast cancer; senior Liz Li was runner up her research partner, Olivia Bettis (also a senior), was the "people's choice" winner for their work studying bacterial resistance to antibiotics.
The symposium showcases the college-level research conducted by students enrolled in Baylor's advanced scientific research program and also featured engineering and robotics projects from the Middle School and Upper School.
Judges for the event were Dr. Brooke Daniel, Tennessee Oncology; Dr. Rob Headrick '82, assistant professor of surgery, UT College of Medicine - Chattanooga; Dr. Evelyn Mobley, associate professor of biology, Chattanooga State; and Dr. Hong Qin, associate professor of computer science and engineering, UTC.
To learn more about Baylor's science and engineering program, click here.
For photos of the event click here.