PhD student Scott Ferguson elected co-chair of GRC seminar


Published December 13, 2016

Scott Ferguson, BS '13, a PhD student in the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, was elected co-chair of the Gordon Research Seminar on Extracellular Vesicles in 2018.

The Gordon Research Conferences (GRC) provide an international forum for the presentation and discussion of cutting-edge research in the biological, chemical, physical and pharmaceutical sciences. The Gordon Research Seminar is part of the GRC and provides unique opportunities for early-career scientists to get involved at the frontiers of science.

Ferguson studies in the laboratory of Juliane Nguyen, assistant professor, pharmaceutical sciences.