KPCOM Congratulates Student Award Recipients

First-year student Assad Ali received the Journal of Neuro-Oncology Award, which is presented for highly innovative and groundbreaking work in the areas of neuro-oncology and neurosurgery. The project, “Sex-Associated Analysis of MGMT Promoter Site Methylation in Newly Diagnosed Glioblastoma,” explains the crucial relationship between genetic markers in glioblastoma and their apparent sexual dimorphism. The project will be presented at the American Academy of Neurological Surgery Annual Scientific Meeting being held April 25-29 in Boston, Massachusetts.

On February 8, second-year students Joshua Berko and Charles Bisbee, as well as first-year student Michelle Lanspa, will receive the Florida Osteopathic Medical Association Student Awards, which are based on criteria such as possessing leadership skills, political activity, and displaying significant interest in the osteopathic profession.