Jingjing Cabahug, M.Sc. student in the Biological Engineering program at the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of Saskatchewan, won the second prize of the R.O. Ball Young Scientist Award during the 2016 Banff Pork Seminar (BPS) held in Fairmont Banff Spring Hotel, Banff, Alberta on January 13, 2016. The award recognizes graduate students who provide the best overall combination of good and relevant science, well-written abstract, and excellent presentation. Cabahug presented her ADF-ADOPT-funded work done at the Prairie Swine Centre on the evaluation of ATP bioluminescence method for rapid assessment of cleanliness of commercial hog transport trailers, under supervision of Dr. Bernardo Predicala.
Jingjing Cabahug (right) with the competition organizer and the other winner.