CMB student Sarah Neuman wins WARF Discovery Challenge Award

The Discovery Challenge is a research competition open to UW-Madison graduate students and postdocotral researchers from all departments. The event featured a poster session and almost 60 presenters ranging from psychiatry to botany, medical informatics to civil engineeing. Cash prizes were awarded to the most creative, impactful and collaborative proposals. Sarah Neuman was awarded for her work in understanding the effect of insulin secretion on growth in mutant animals with reduced body size - A Screen for Systematic Growth Regulators Reveals Hobbit, a Novel and Conserved Regulator of Insulin Secretion. Click here for the full story.