Dr. Boukli Receives Three Distinction Titles at the SEASR/ABRF 2019 Conference


UCC congratulates Dr. Boukli for being invited to be speaker at the scientific and administrative conference organized by the Southeastern Association of Shared Resources (SEASR) part of the prestigious Association for Biomolecular Resource Facilities (ABRF) https://seasr.abrf.org , taking place at the University of Emory Conference Center recognized as one of the nation’s leading research universities. The congress was held from June 12-14, 2019 and organized in the beautiful, vivid, cultural city of Atlanta that is known as the “city in a forest” due to its abundance of trees and for its heritage treasure and magnificent skyline.

Dr. Boukli’s badge with 3 honorific titles: Speaker, Registration/conference organizer & Executive Board Member.

As part of the SEASR Executive Board (E.B) Committee, Dr. Boukli has been invited to organize this conference. Based on her latest publications and presentations, she had the honor to be invited to present 2 different oral presentations: an administrative presentation on June 13, 2019 untitled: Speed Mentoring for Career Advancement”. Nawal Boukli, Ph.D., and a scientific presentation on June 14, 2019 untitled: Proteomics as Applied to Biomarker Detection”. Nawal Boukli, Ph.D.,

At UCC we are truly honored that the SEASR/ABRF association and Emory University Conference Center invited Dr. Boukli to present at the same level of renowned speakers from Emory Medical University, Baylor College of Medicine and Moffitt Cancer Center Research Institute among others. Dr. Boukli mentioned: “I feel so honored to have had the chance to present twice in this unique event. Being chosen to be part of prestigious conference faculty speakers was indeed a great privilege and honor for me and the only EB member from Puerto Rico in the history of SEASR/ABRF Association”.  SEASR conference is a forum for core directors, managers and scientists to meet, discuss and collaborate on the many common issues facing core service facilities. The topic of a number of professional development, scientific, and networking sessions included, but were not limited to, facility management, efficient laboratory practices, biotechnology advances and applications, and federal and financial oversight. At UCC, we commend Dr. Boukli on putting this successful convention together and for actively participating as a speaker of two important interactive sessions.