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

2015 SRE Participants

ParticipantMajor/InstitutionProject
Mariel BedellBiological Sciences/Pre-Medicine, Carnegie Mellon Univ.Fluid pressure in the kidney
Ashley DantzlerMathematics, Central High School, Knoxville, TNCanine distemper modeling
Ashish GauliComputer Science, Fisk Univ.Invasive species movements
Margaux HujoelMathematical & Computational Biology, Harvey Mudd CollegeCanine distemper modeling
Talon JohnsonMathematics, Morehouse CollegeHost-pathogen interaction
Januka KhanalBiology (Micro/Molecular and Chemistry), Southeastern Louisiana Univ.Host-pathogen interaction
Yilin LinApplied Mathematics, Emory Univ.Fluid pressure in the kidney
Riley MummahBiology, Statistics, Mathematics, The Pennsylvania State Univ.Mycobacterium tuberculosis in mice
Virginia ParkmanMathematics, Univ. of Tennessee, KnoxvilleCanine distemper modeling
Michael RohlyMathematics & Biology, Columbus State Univ.Host-pathogen interaction
Emmie Roman-MelendezMathematics, Univ. of Puerto Rico, MayaguezFluid pressure in the kidney
Diya SashidharApplied Mathematics, North Carolina State Univ.Mycobacterium tuberculosis in mice
Nick SirekHonors Biology and Geology Teacher, L&N STEM AcademyHost-pathogen interaction
Jinchuan WeiMath/Computer Science, Univ. of Minnesota, Twin CitiesMycobacterium tuberculosis in mice
Nathan WikleMathematics, Truman State Univ.Invasive species movements
Ayana WildComputer Science and Mathematics, Tennessee State Univ.Canine distemper modeling
Ryan YanMathematical Biology, College of William and MaryInvasive species movements

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