Qiao Kai Law Recipient of Wedler Outstanding Undergraduate Dissertation Award
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology undergraduate student, Qiao Kai Law, majoring in Biotechnology, was chosen as the recipient of the 2012. Fred Wedler Outstanding Dissertation Award. This award provides funding and recognition to outstanding full-time students who write the best thesis paper.
Qiao Kai was selected the winner among 5 nominees for the Wedler Award for the best undergraduate thesis. Eight honors advisers judged the nominees and he received the highest number of first place votes. The award carries a significant cash prize, as well as his name engraved on the Wedler Award plaque.
Qiao Kai Law works in the research group headed by research faculty member, Mari Krasilnikova. Qiao Kai's research project title is, Possible Specific Role of Triplex and Hairpin DNA Structures in Causing Microsatellite Instability Through Different Modes of Replication Cycle.