CSU’s Michael Rohly Wins Top Prizes for Poster Presentations

Michael Rohly, a mathematics and biology major and Honors College student at Columbus State University, won two top prizes last month for his research on adult zebrafish kidney regeneration and possible therapeutic systems for humans.

Rohly won outstanding poster presentation at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Tampa, Florida and third place poster presentation at the Southeastern Medical-Scientist Symposium at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.

Rohly’s CSU mentors are Brian Schwartz, professor of biology; Carlos Almada, professor of mathematics; and Guihong Fan, professor of mathematics.