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 July 26, 2010

BME Students Participate in the David T. Kearns Symposium

Six current BME students participated in the summer session of the David T. Kearns Research Symposium for Leadership and Diversity in the Arts, Sciences, and Engineering by presenting posters about their research. The symposium was held on Thursday July 29, 2010 in the Sloan Auditorium at Goergen Hall, and was sponsored by the David T. Kearns Center for Leadership and Diversity in Arts, Sciences, and Engineering.

Threshold of Non-Eye Movement Vestibular Cells in Alert Monkeys

Daniel Barbash, mentored by Laurel Carney

Analysis of SHG (Second Harmoinc Generation) Microscopy Sensitvity to Experimental Parameters

Jacy Bulaon, mentored by Edward Brown III

Investigating Acoustic Parameters that Optimize Ultrasound Standing Wave Fields for Cell Banding

Jasmine Carvalho, mentored by Diane Dalecki

Strategies for Eruthrocyte Maturation In Vitro

Eric Lam, mentored by Richard Waugh

Identifying Potential Transcription Factors Regulating Cellulose Degradation in Ethanol Production in Clostridium Thermocellum

Kathleen Maloney, mentored by J.H. David Wu

Novel Parthenolide Delivery System for Leukemia Treatment

Hannah Watkins, mentored by Danielle Benoit