Student Research Day - 1999, Second Place - Poster Session
Student Research Day - 2000, First Place - Oral Presentation
Women in Science Fellowship – 2000
Carolina SETAC 2nd place student oral presentation award 4/26/02 ($200)
American Society for Microbiology Travel Award to Salt Lake City to present abstract ($500)
Smithwick, A., S. Wilde, L. London, and P.J. Morris. 2001. Effects of aerobic PCB degradation on immunotoxicity. In PCBs: Recent Advances in the Environmental Toxicology and
Health Effects, L.W. Robertson and L.G. Hansen, Editors, The University Press of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. pp 93-96.
Meeting, Abstracts and Presentations
Smithwick, L.A., J. Quensen, A. Smith, L. London, and P. Morris. 2002. Impact of anaerobic dechlorination on PCB immunotoxicity, American Society for Microbiology 102nd General Meeting, 19-23 May, Salt Lake City, Utah. L.A. Smithwick won an American Society for Microbiology student travel award for this presentation.
Smithwick, L.A., J. Quensen, A. Smith, L. London, and P. Morris. 2002. Impact of Anaerobic Dechlorination on PCB Toxicity. MUSC Student Research Day 2001.
Smithwick, L.A., J. Quensen, A. Smith, L. London, and P. Morris. 2002. Effect of anaerobic dechlorination on PCB toxicity. Carolina's Society for Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry Annual Meeting, Raleigh, NC. 2nd place winner for oral presentation.