The University of South Alabama Center for Lung Biology held its second Lung Bowl competition on June 7, 2013, at the Active Learning Center.
The Lung Bowl is a biology game based on a jeopardy model, where teams come together to compete against one another for high scores. The teams include graduate students, doctoral program students, pulmonary and critical care fellows, and post-doctoral fellows in the USA Center for Lung Biology.
Dr. Troy Stevens, professor of pharmacology and director of the USA Center for Lung Biology, the Lung Bowl is a training exercise that builds the pulmonary community.
This year's winning team was Team 2, "Hyper-Tensions." Team members were Pierre Kadeba, graduate student; Larry Lee, postdoctoral fellow; Adam Morrow, postdoctoral fellow; Pat O'Brien, medical student; Patricia Villalta, graduate student; and Thomas Yarbrough, graduate student.