Many of these students were participating as part of the two-semester BIOL 4194/95 course (Research Internship). The ENEBC was established in 1942 to support undergraduate research, and Emmanuel College has been a member since the very beginning.
There were more than 120 attendees at the conference, representing 12 colleges and universities. The conference schedule included 12 oral presentations and 60 poster presentations. Dr. Kelley Thomas (Univ. of New Hampshire) was the keynote speaker, and his research seminar was entitled: "Environmental Genomics: Can Sequencing Open the Biodiversity 'Black Box'?"
Emmanuel student research was very well-received, with 4 out of 5 poster awards going to Emmanuel students (Alexandra Mulligan '18, Tusneem Janoudi '18, James Kaufman '18 and Gianna Iantosca '18). Congratulations to all participants!
Excellence in Undergraduate Research
- Mulligan, Alexandra*, Todd Williams, Josef Kurtz
Effects of Busulfan Toxicity on Lymphoid Organs and Cell Lineages in a Mouse Model
Outstanding in Undergraduate Research
- Janoudi, Tusneem*, Cinthia Garcia, Kelsey Barrasso, Ann Hochschild, Padraig Deighan
Mining the surface of RNA polymerase for transcription factor binding sites
- Kaufman, James W.* and Jason N. Kuehner
Who Flipped the Switch? - Investigating Regulation of the Yeast DNA Repair Gene, DEF1, by Pre-mature Transcription Termination
Meritorious in Undergraduate Research
- Iantosca, Gianna*, Paolo Chetta, Caroline Ribeiro, Hubert Pakula, Ying Huang, Alyssa Quigley, Laura Evans, Andrew Giacomelli, and Massimo Loda
Modeling a Novel Molecular Subset of IDH1 Mutated Prostate Cancer
Undergraduate research has long been a hallmark of an Emmanuel College education. To read more about research at Emmanuel, visit here.
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