Congratulations to the BioGENEius Participants!
Congratulations to all of the International BioGENEius Challenge participants, and the winner, Shreya Ramesh!
"Shreya Ramesh (12th Grade, Milton High School, Milton, GA) was named the overall winner of the International BioGENEius Challenge, the premier competition for high school students that recognizes outstanding research and innovation in biotechnology. Judged by industry and academic experts, Shreya’s research using machine learning to distinguish early auditory biomarkers for the diagnosis of ALS and Parkinson’s illustrates this generation’s ingenuity in exploring multi-faceted approaches to solving unmet needs in healthcare. Her work stood out among the innovative research programs of her fellow finalists."
Check out the social media highlights from the exciting BioGENEius sessions:
What a way to start the day at @BIOConvention's #BIODigital! Congratulations to high school student Shreya Ramesh on becoming the 2020 International #BioGENEius Challenge Winner! Your commitment to #innovation is inspiring. #BIO2020 #NothingStopsInnovation @SeemaJJIC pic.twitter.com/0LWwG5jHR4— Johnson & Johnson Innovation (@JNJInnovation) June 10, 2020
Congratulations to all the 2020 International #BioGENEius Challenge Finalist! Please check out the video below for the #BIO2020 Convention #QuarantineEdition! @JNJInnovation— Biotech Institute (@BiotechInstitut) June 10, 2020
#ChampionsofScience #Science #STEM #Biotechnology #neverstoplearning https://t.co/vbUIlX9w6x
Congratulations Shreya! And to all the high school students who competed in this year’s #BIODigital @BIOConvention #BIO2020 You are the best of the best and the future of #innovation and #science #BioGENEius #NothingStopsInnovation https://t.co/gq98itRRXD— Seema Kumar (@SeemaJJIC) June 10, 2020
Great Discussion with @JNJInnovation and the 2020 #BioGENEius Finalist at the "Nothing Stops Innovation" Roundtable! #STEM #Science #BIO2020 #Biotech #Championsofscience #neverstoplearning https://t.co/Fn0qHk1oBN— Biotech Institute (@BiotechInstitut) June 10, 2020