SUNY Research Today and Tomorrow: Kaushambi Roy


SUNY Optometry PhD student Kaushambi Roy presented her research on amacrine cell/ganglion cell gap junctional coupling during SUNY Research Today and Tomorrow at SUNY Empire State College in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. on Tuesday, March 7.

Ms. Roy, who conducts research in Dr. Stewart Bloomfield’s lab, joined SUNY’s most talented graduate researchers, their faculty mentors, SUNY administration officials, and New York State legislators for the annual event.

The Graduate and Research Committee of the SUNY University Faculty Senate produces the gathering to offer promising students an opportunity to present their academic projects to large audiences.

Kaushambi Roy standing with presentation

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