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Summer Research Experiences (SRE) at NIMBioS for Undergraduates

2019 SRE Participants

ParticipantInstitutionProject
Eniola AdewunmiMathematical Biology, Univ. of Tennessee Aerotaxis in motile bacteria
Ambrose BechtelBCMB, Univ. of Tennessee Aerotaxis in motile bacteria
Giovanni Colon CabezudoMathematics, Univ. of Puerto Rico Aerotaxis in motile bacteria
Cassandra Azeredo-TsengBiochemistry & Applied Math, New College of FloridaModeling cell differentiation
Michael LuoApplied Mathematics, College of New JerseyModeling cell differentiation
Natalie RandallMath and Computer Science, Austin CollegeModeling cell differentiation
Ellie LochnerMathematics, Univ. of WisconsinClimate and human-wildlife interactions
Brandyn RuizStatistics and Applied Math, Arizona State Univ.Climate and human-wildlife interactions
Abigail WilliamsBiology & Mathematics, Salem CollegeClimate and human-wildlife interactions
Priscilla ChoChemistry, Emory Univ.Viral infections in marine phytoplankton
Lucas FietMathematics, Univ. of Tennessee Viral infections in marine phytoplankton
Margaret KnightMathematics, Colorado CollegeViral infections in marine phytoplankton
Vincent JodoinMathematics-Education, Univ. of Tennessee Networking and the opioid epidemic
Sheridan PayneMathematics, Bellarmine Univ.Networking and the opioid epidemic
Meagan ToddSystems Biology, Virginia TechNetworking and the opioid epidemic
Brandon GrandisonMathematics & Environmental Science, Univ. of FloridaClimate and vector-borne diseases
Ana KilgoreOrganismal Biology & Ecology, Colorado CollegeClimate and vector-borne diseases
Hannah YinBiology, Tufts Univ.Climate and vector-borne diseases

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