Dr. Kate Beishline, assistant professor, Department of Biological and Allied Health Sciences, has received the Provost's Award for Excellence in Research/Scholarly Activity. This award recognizes the scholarly achievements of probationary Bloomsburg University faculty. Dr. Beishline was nominated for this award by the dean of the College of Science and Technology. She is one of only four recipients of the award for the 2020-2021 academic year.
Provost Rogers-Adkinson (right) presenting Dr. Beishline's award
Dr. Beishline's current research focuses on pathways that regulate the transcription and replication of eukaryotic telomeres. Her active research program has involved both undergraduate and graduate students. Her students have presented their research at various local and regional venues.
~Retrived from March 11th BioSythesis Blog posting: https://bloomsburgbiosynthesis.blogspot.com/2021/03/dr-beishline-recognized-for-research.html;
photo supplied by Dr. Angela Hess