RASR Laboratory Welcomes 2019 Summer Program Students Talya Bulut, Gyeongmin Hwang, Hannah Price, Imani Ross, and Melanie York
National Science Foundation SCI-STEPS participant Gyeongmin Hwang joined the RASR Laboratory team as a SCI-STEPS summer program student where he conducted research on the “Automation of Filter-Aided Sample Preparation (FASP) Method.” Gyeongmin will be attending the University of Virginia in Fall 2019.
RASR Laboratory welcomed Vanderbilt Institute for Nanoscale Science and Engineering (VINSE) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) summer program students Hannah Price from Spellman University, Atlanta, GA and Imani Ross from Howard University, Washington DC. Hannah’s research focused on “Optimizing Resin-Enrichment Techniques to Enhance OxcyscPILOT for S-Nitrosylation”. Imani conducted research on “Targeted Lipidomics to Study Alzheimer’s Disease.”
Gyeongmin, Hannah, and Imani presented their projects in the 2019 Vanderbilt University Summer Science Academy Seventeenth Annual Research Symposium held on Thursday, August 1 at Vanderbilt’s Engineering and Science Building.
Research Experience for High School Students (REHSS) students Talya Bulut and Melanie York participated in a five-week summer program at Vanderbilt’s RASR Laboratory. Melanie project tiltle is “Verifying the Effectiveness of Fast Photochemical Oxidation of Proteins with Slot Blot Assay. Talya researched “Analysis of Alzheimer’s Pathology through Western Blot Identification of Protein Differentiation in the Brain and Periphery.” On July 10 a symposium was held at The Wond’ry at Vanderbilt where both students presented their project posters. Congratulations to Talya for winning 1st place for her research topic!