High School Essay Contest Winners
The Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research is pleased to announce the winners in its eighteenth annual essay contest for high school students. A total of 482 students from 38 different schools wrote on the topic question, “Why Are Animals Used in Biomedical Research?” Winners were selected after three rounds of judging by PSBR members and friends.
PSBR congratulates the winners and applauds the efforts of all the students, teachers, and judges who took the time to help make this contest a great success.
PSBR 7th and 8th Grade Essay Contest Winners
The Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research is pleased to announce the winners in its fourteenth annual essay contest for 7th and 8th grade students. A total of 292 students from 35 different schools wrote on the topic question, "What's the Point of Bioscience Research?"
PSBR congratulates the winners and applauds the efforts of all the students, teachers, and judges who took thse time to help make this contest a great success.
PSBR Sponsors TSA Essay Contest
The Pennsylvania Technology Student Association (TSA) recently expressed its appreciation of the Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research (PSBR) for sponsoring its annual Biomedical Research Career essay contest. Awards were given to 11 middle and high school students with an additional award to statewide winners. More
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Carlisle Student Thanks PSBR for TSA Essay Contest Sponsorship
Dear Dr. Ellis,
Thank you for granting me the opportunity to participate in the (TSA) Biomedical Research Essay Contest. This was a positive experience. It allowed me to learn more about careers in the biomedical field and to practice my writing skills, an invaluable capability. I was fortunate enough to be a regional winner at my local Technology Student Association competition. Thank you for allowing the Technology Student Association the chance to encourage students to explore the medical field. I hope the Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research continues to bestow this opportunity to the Technology Student Association, because it has helped me on my career path and may do the same for others. My plan is to major in biology and pursue a career as a physician’s assistant. Again, thank you for this opportunity.
A student from Carlisle, PA