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Nnamdi's work on using Bioinformatics to improve health equity featured in Superfund newsletter


Nnamdi Osakwe passes PhD Qual Exam!

Nnamdi passed his Bioinformatics Qualifying Exam and is now a candidate for the PhD!

Nnamdi Osakwe awarded new grant!

Nnamdi Osakwe was awarded a grant for his proposal “Building Comprehensive Models of Community Integrity and Community Engagement”. The grant was awarded as a new supplement to the NC State Superfund Center, led by Dr. Carolyn Mattingly. It will fund 2 years of Nnamdi's effort toward this award!

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Preethi, Nnamdi, and Dylan volunteer to help register participants for GenX study

Preethi Thunga, Nnamdi Osakwe, and Dylan Wallis have been volunteering for weekend efforts to recruit participants for the GenX study, led by Dr. Jane Hoppin.

Nnamdi wins Best Poster award at 2021 Genomic Sciences Symposium!

Nnamdi Osakwe won the "Best Poster" award at the 2021 Genomic Science Symposium for his presentation entitled: "Building Comprehensive Models of Environmental Integrity" 


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Nnamdi Osakwe joins the lab!

Nnamdi C. Osakwe is a Ph.D. student in Bioinformatics at NC State University. He received his B.S. in Biomedical Sciences from North Carolina Central University in Durham, NC. His research focuses on integrative data analysis to model and predict environmental integrity outcomes within specific loca…

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