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UNIQUE Research Experiences of MARC Students: Spring/Summer 2010

  • Cayla Baynes, University of Minnesota, Life Sciences Summer Undergraduate Neurosciences Research Program; Mentor: Virginia Seybold
  • Rene Begay, Stanford Summer Research Program-AMGEN Scholar; Mentor: John Pringle
  • Jeannie Camarillo, Sloan Kettering Institute Summer Research Program; Mentor: Luca Cartegni
  • Kate Hacker, UA BRAVO program; Universidad Peruana Cayatano Heredia, Lima, Peru; Mentor: Robert Gilman from Johns Hopkins
  • Britney Lizama, Duke University Summer Research Program; Mentor: Cynthia Kuhn and Nicole Schramm-Sapyta.
  • Angela Reese, Stanford Summer Research Program-AMGEN Scholar; Mentor: W. James Nelson
  • Cynthia Sandoval, Sloan Kettering Institute Summer Research Program; Mentor: Michael Overholtzer
  • Jose-Marc Techner, University of California San Francisco, AMGEN Scholar Mentor: Emmanuelle Passegue
  • Gabby Winston-McPherson, Hunter College, Summer Research Internship; Mentor: Wayne Harding

Meetings attended:

  • Ese Adun, Bianca Barcelo, Cayla Baynes, Rene Begay, Brad Bowman, Jeannie Camarillo, Sabrina Dumas, Britney Lizama, Angela Reese, Cynthia Sandoval, Jose-Marc Techner, Wana Mathieu, Michelle Redhair, Gabby Winston-McPherson:  ABRCMS

Awards received:

  • Jeannie Camarillo, Shaps Scholar - Summer Undergraduate Research Program at Gerstner Sloan- Kettering; Outstanding Poster Award - Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
  • Wana Mathieu, Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
  • Angela Reese, College of Science Galileo Circle Gilbert R. Escalante Memorial Scholarship
  • Cynthia Sandoval, Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students
  • Jose-Marc Techner, UA Undergraduate Student Conference-ASBMB Travel Award
  • Gabrielle Winston-McPherson, Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students