Taylor-Blake, Langer and Coyle place in the 2013 Art of Science Competition

The SOM Office of Graduate Education’s first ever Art of Science Competition was a huge success. There were more than 50 entries and our judges had a challenging time selecting the top images.

Taylor-Blake, Langer and Coyle place in the 2013 Art of Science Competition click to enlarge Second Place - "Eye of the Beholder" by Lee Langer (Sulik and Pevny Labs)
Taylor-Blake, Langer and Coyle place in the 2013 Art of Science Competition click to enlarge Third Place - "The Symbiotic Continent" by Jes Coyle (Hurlbert lab)

Congratulations to First Place winner Bonnie Taylor-Blake in Mark Zylka’s lab who had the winning image “Skin: Branching Out”.  Second place went to Lee Langer of the Pevny/Sulik labs for “Eye of the Beholder” and Third Place went to Jes Coyle in the Hurlbert lab for “Symbiotic Continent”.  You can see these winning images and all the entries at the following link: http://biosciencesreunion.web.unc.edu/art-competition/ (note the site will not display properly in Internet Explorer 8 or lower).

The top three images, along with 8 honorable mentions, will be on display at the Carolina Biosciences Alumni Reunion & Symposium’s closing session in the Ackland Art Museum from 5 - 6:30 p.m. on May 17th.  This reception event follows a symposium on the Past, Present and Future of Personalized Medicine which features alumni speakers and a panel discussion.  Faculty, staff, students and post-docs are invited to attend these and any other symposium events that day.  See this page for a complete schedule of events and registration information.

The Carolina Biosciences Alumni Reunion and Symposium event is coordinated by the Office of Graduate Education with generous sponsorship from the School of Medicine, the Graduate School and the College of Arts and Sciences.

First Place Photo - "Skin: Branching Out" by Bonnie Taylor-Blake (Zylka Lab)
First Place Photo - "Skin: Branching Out" by Bonnie Taylor-Blake (Zylka Lab)