Juan Quijia Wins Third Place at the Hayes Advanced Research Forum

March 5, 2024
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Congratulations to Juan Quijiaon receiving third place for his talk in the Food, Agricultural and Environmental Sciences section at the 38th Edward F. Hayes Advanced Research Forum; hosted on March 1st, 2024. His presentation was on “Integration of in-vitro and in-planta approaches for high-throughput identification of phosphorus solubilizing bacteria from greenhouse ornamentals”.

Juan is currently pursuing his PhD in Dr. Michelle Jones’s laboratory on the Wooster campus.

The Hayes Advanced Research Forum serves as a platform for Ohio State graduate students from various degree programs to display their innovative research. The Council of Graduate Students, the Graduate School, the Office of Postdoctoral Affairs, and the Enterprise for Research, Innovation, and Knowledge (ERIK), are collaborative sponsors of the Forum.

Juan Quijia holding his certificate in front of an Ohio State themed colorful wall.

You can check out the full results of 2024 Hayes Advanced Research Forum - here.