Event Title

FIU Summer Research Internship Program

Presenter Information

Amy Reid

Location

GC140

Start Date

29-3-2017 11:00 AM

End Date

29-3-2017 12:00 PM

Session

Workshop

Abstract

Chair: Amy Reid.

Presentations by students from MAST Medical at Homestead and TERRA Environmental Research Institute High Schools who participated in the FIU SRI Program in summer 2016.

• Jonathon Nelson (Marisela Agudelo) “Alcohol Modulates CD209 Expression in Monocyte Derived Dendritic Cells (MDDCs)”

• Ana Delgado & Saeed Juggan (Sharan Ramaswamy) “Morphological and Growth Pattern Analysis on Canine Adipose Cells”

• Jenna Allen (Jennifer Rehage) “Does Morphology Predict Invisibility?”

• Briana Williams (Nadja Schreiber Compo) “Blind Versus Informed Interviewing: The Importance of Encoding Quality and Visual Cues“

• Abel Senti (Alejandro Barbieri) “The Chemistry and Biological Activities of Natural Products from Tropical Plants”

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FIU Summer Research Internship Program

GC140

Chair: Amy Reid.

Presentations by students from MAST Medical at Homestead and TERRA Environmental Research Institute High Schools who participated in the FIU SRI Program in summer 2016.

• Jonathon Nelson (Marisela Agudelo) “Alcohol Modulates CD209 Expression in Monocyte Derived Dendritic Cells (MDDCs)”

• Ana Delgado & Saeed Juggan (Sharan Ramaswamy) “Morphological and Growth Pattern Analysis on Canine Adipose Cells”

• Jenna Allen (Jennifer Rehage) “Does Morphology Predict Invisibility?”

• Briana Williams (Nadja Schreiber Compo) “Blind Versus Informed Interviewing: The Importance of Encoding Quality and Visual Cues“

• Abel Senti (Alejandro Barbieri) “The Chemistry and Biological Activities of Natural Products from Tropical Plants”

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