• Marsha-Kay Hutchinson, Howard University student, studying breast cancer in Dr. Marion Sewer’s Pharmacy lab
  • Joy Rosa Jackson, Howard University Student, conducting cardiovascular research in Dr. Kelly Frazer’s genetics lab
  • Present your research at the UC San Diego Summer Research Conference
  • Learn about the UC San Diego graduate school application process from distinguished faculty
  • Attend workshops and lectures about graduate school at UC San Diego
  • Work hard and have fun in beautiful San Diego
  • Strengthen friendships with fellow Howard University students
  • Improve your scores with a GRE preparation course
  • Make new friends while building trust at the UC San Diego Challenge Course
  • Make new friends from all over the country and world

2015-2016 Participants

 

Last

First

Mentor

Research Title

Campbell

Takeyah

Shaochen Chen

Biocompatibility and Biodegradability of 3D-Printed Scaffolds using Green Chemistry

Cuff

Jalyse

Carolyn Kurle

Stable isotope analysis can provide insight on behavior and diet of East Pacific Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas) found in stranding locations off the Pacific coast of Baja California, Mexico

Darko

Rachel

Julian Schroeder

Isolation of salt-sensitive mutants through a genomic-scale artificial microRNA mutant pool in Arabidopsis and characterization of salt-responsive phenotype in rack1a1-1

Hutchinson

Marsha-Kay

Marion Sewer

The Effect of 1-deoxysphinganine on Vitamin D Production in MDA-MB-468 Breast Cancer Cells

Ketchup

Brittany

Anders Dale

 

Louis

Marcel

Carlos Coimbra

Proposed Design for Cost Efficient Solar Sensors to Provide an Affordable Medium for Irradiance Research

Okolo

Rita

Dong-Er Zang

Relative Gene Expression of UBE1L  and its Association with the Polarization of  Tumor-Associated Macrophages

Paudyal

Roshil

Jeffrey Remmel

A Fibonacci analogue of Stirling numbers

Williams

Apsara

Christian Metallo

Characterizing the diversity of different fatty acid species in mammalian tissues

Wilson

Diara

Leslie Carver

The Impact of Affect

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