West Virginia (2012)

“Team West Virginia” consisted of three Roadshow first-timers: Dr. Karen Cranston is NESCent’s Training Coordinator & Bioinformatics Project Manager, and Drs. Rafa Rubio de Casas and Paul Harnik are NESCent Postdoctoral Fellows.
The West Virginia leg of the 2012 Darwin Day Roadshow included The Rubenstein Center in Davis, WV (where they were hosted by science teacher Vaia Meador), and Mingo Central High School in Newtown, WV (where they were hosted by Sonya Picklesimer).