Seymour Students Present Research at UW-Milwaukee

Seymour student, Amanda Linksens was chosen to speak about her research as one of three student speakers at UW-Milwaukee. Part of the schools Anatomy & Physiology and Biochemistry classes, as well as independent research, includes using zebrafish embryos in a research study. Several other students won awards for their scientific papers including: Amanda Linskens, Joeley Bluma, Mia Charnon, Emily Klawiter, Shawna Sigl, Kennedy Peters, Kylie Peeters, Leah Piso, Lauren Rottier, Makenna Taubel, Paige Weyer, and Kendra Johnson.
Pictured, back row, from left to right: Carrie Schmidt (teacher), Brooke VanHandel, Shawna Sigl, Alexis LaMarche, Danielle Millhauser, Leena Alberts, Brylee King, Cassie Cobb (teacher). Front row, from left to right: Leah Piso, Amanda Linskens, MiKayla Pennings, Mia Charnon. – Submitted photo