Hutchins Scholars Published on Jefferson Univ. Computational Medicine Ctr. Website

Congratulations to Hutchins Scholars Alexander Liang ’21 and Matt Laws ‘21! Research from their summer internship, “Text-Mining of miRNA Biomarkers from PubMed Abstracts,” has been published on the Thomas Jefferson University’s Computational Medicine Center website.
The Hutchins Scholars Program provides select students with substantive research experiences, prepares them for leading university science programs, and ultimately, it is hoped, inspires them to pursue science-related careers. As Fourth Formers, they enroll in a research science class, which will prepare them to conduct independent research and, if appropriate, to compete in a national science competition. This allows students to deepen their understanding of scientific research based on practical, real-world experience while giving them the ability to explore their passion for science outside of the classroom. The Program gives them entry into some of the world’s most prestigious scientific laboratories, where they do meaningful research with top scholars.
The Hutchins Program, which also provides need-based financial aid to those Scholars who qualify, is made possible by a $5 million contribution given during the School's Bicentennial Campaign by Glenn '73 and Debbie Hutchins.
For additional information, please contact Lisa M. Gillard Hanson, director of Public Relations, at

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