BME graduate student Kristina Rivera took home second place for her work “Controlling Oxygen Levels in Vascularized 3D Gut-on-Chip” at the Bayer CropScience Research Symposium held on Wednesday, September 6th, at Bayer CropScience Division Headquarters in RTP. Poster awards were administered to the most innovative research as determined by a panel of Bayer CropScience scientists and engineers. Kristina is mentored by Dr. Michael Daniele and Dr. Scott Magness.

Congratulations, Kristina!