Surbeck Annual Symposium

The Surbeck Annual Symposium celebrates Margaret Hart Surbeck Laboratory for Advanced Imaging research by showcasing presentations by the winning young investigators.

Surbeck Symposium 2016

First Place: Llewellyn ‘Trey’ Jalbert, PhD
Second Place: Robert Flavell, MD, PhD
Third Place: Chloe Najac, PhD

UCSF's Margaret Hart Surbeck Laboratory and the INDNJC Board of Directors were proud to recognize three winning young investigators at the 10th Annual Surbeck Awards held at UCSF's Mission Bay Campus on March 11, 2016.

Surbeck Symposium 2015

First Place: Wei Bian, PhD
Second Place: Wenwen Jian (PhD Candidate)
Third Place: Valentina Pedoia, PhD

Pictured from left-to-right: Nancy Gowen, Hal Lane, Wenwen Jiang, Wei Bian, PhD, Valentina Pedoiz, PhD, Sarah Nelson, PhD, and Dick Gowen, PhD (President of the INDNJC Board of Directors)

Surbeck Symposium 2014

Research done by the three young investigators honored with the 2014 Surbeck Awards. Aditi Guha, MS (first place), Marc Mabray, MD, accepting award for Akash Kansagra, MD (third place), and Christine Leon Swisher, MS (second place) presented their work at the seventh annual award ceremony on March 7, 2014 at UCSF Mission Bay’s Genentech Hall.

Sarah Nelson, PhD, director of the Surbeck Laboratory and Richard Gowen, PhD, president of the INDNJC Foundation, which supports the awards, presented the awards.

Surbeck Symposium 2013

Surbeck Symposium 2013

The move to more personalized medicine characterizes the research done by the four young investigators honored with the 2013 Surbeck Awards. Galen Reed, Myriam Chaumeil, PhD, Olga Tymofiyeva, PhD, and Gerd Melkus, PhD, presented their work at the seventh annual award ceremony on March 15, 2013 at UCSF Mission Bay’s Genentech Hall.

Sarah Nelson, PhD, director of the Surbeck Laboratory and Richard Gowen, PhD, president of the INDNJC Foundation, which supports the awards, presented the awards.

 

2012 Surbeck Young Investigator Award Winners

Five talented scholars earned awards at the sixth annual Surbeck Investigators Awards  presentation in 2012. They presented their work to an admiring audience in Genentech Hall, at an event moderated by Professor Sarah J. Nelson, PhD, director of the Surbeck Laboratory of Advanced Imaging and Richard Gowen, PhD, president of the INDNJC Foundation.