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Summer Research Experiences (SRE) at NIMBioS for Undergraduates and Teachers

2014 SRE Participants

Vivian Anyaeche Biology, Fisk Univ.Bovine respiratory disease
Brittany Boribong Biomathematics, Univ. of ScrantonGeo-fitness
Michelle Cruz Biotechnology, California State Univ., San MarcosGeo-fitness
Veronica Go Biochemistry and Statistics, Univ. of Tennessee, KnoxvilleCardiac rhythm disorder
Winode Handagama Biochemistry, Maryville CollegeJohne's disease
Fangyuan Hong Mathematics and Environmental Studies, Mount Holyoke CollegeGeo-fitness
Tashika James Biology, LeMoyne Owen CollegeBovine respiratory disease
Nitin Krishna Mathematics, Western Kentucky Univ.Johne's disease
Taylor Kuramoto Mathematics, Augsburg CollegeBovine respiratory disease
John Marken Mathematics, College of William & MaryAnt supercolony
Marina Massaro Mathematics, State Univ. of New York, GeneseoFacial expressions
Margaret McDaniel Mathematics and Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Univ. of Tennessee, KnoxvilleJohne's disease
Kelly Moran Mathematics (Biology Concentration), Clemson Univ.Facial expressions
Taylor Nelson Environmental Science, Univ. of North Carolina, Chapel HillBovine respiratory disease
Benjamin Roberson Computer Science, Univ. of Tennessee, KnoxvilleFacial expressions
Nicole Rooks Mathematics, Univ. of Tennessee, ChattanoogaAnt supercolony
John Shamshoian Mathematics, California Polytechnic State Univ.Cardiac rhythm disorder
Brian Whyte Ecology, State Univ. of New York, PlattsburghAnt supercolony
Megan Comer Chemistry, Campbell County High School, Jacksboro TNCardiac rhythm disorder
Rebecca McDowell Mathematics, West High School, Knoxville TNCardiac rhythm disorder

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