2020 SRF Summer Scholar Profile: Allison Bischoff

My name is Allison Bischoff, and I am a rising senior studying Molecular Genetics at The Ohio State University. At Ohio State, I conduct research as part of Dr. Tamar Gur’s research group, aimed at elucidating the mechanisms by which maternal stress during pregnancy impacts neurodevelopmental and behavioral outcomes in children. My research project aims …

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2019 SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellow Profile: Carolyn Barnes

Hi! My name is Carolyn Barnes. I graduated from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK) in 2018 with a B.S. in chemistry. As an undergraduate at UTK, I worked in the chemical biology lab of Dr. Michael Best, focusing on identifying peripheral membrane binding proteins that associate with lipids in the cell membrane. After graduating, …

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2019 SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellow Profile: Elena Fulton

My name is Elena Fulton, and I am a recent graduate from the University of Puget Sound, where I earned a B.S in Molecular Biology. Throughout college, I participated in directed research with Bryan Thines and worked to characterize the role of a core protein degradation pathway (specifically focused on F-box proteins) in plant stress …

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2019 SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellow Profile: Angelina Malagodi

My name is Angelina Malagodi. I’m a chemistry graduate from Macalester College. My previous research with Dr. Tye Martin was focused on understanding the molecular mechanisms of the active ingredient in turmeric, curcumin, on Alzheimer’s disease.  Dr. Martin and I worked under Dr. Eva Chi at the University of New Mexico Biomedical Engineering department. My …

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2019 SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellow Profile: Wynnie Nguyen

Wynnie earned her double degree in Neurobiology and Psychology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. During her undergraduate years, Wynnie worked in Dr. Edwin Chapman’s lab during her undergraduate study, with a focus on the involvement of Synaptotagmin, a family of membrane-trafficking proteins, in neuronal exocytosis. Now, as a part of the SENS Research Foundation …

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2019 SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellow Profile: Sanjana Saravanan

My name is Sanjana Saravanan, and I received my bachelor’s degree in bioengineering from Oregon State University. During my undergrad career, I spent three years studying protein structure and dynamics in Dr. Elisar Barbar’s lab in the biochemistry/biophysics department at Oregon State University. My project involved characterizing the interactions between two cargo transport proteins that …

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2019 SRF Postbaccalaureate Fellow Profile: Nana Anti

My name is Nana Abena Anti, a recent graduate from Michigan State University, where I studied Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. This past year, I have been working at the SENS Research Foundation as a post-baccalaureate scholar. Prior to my fellowship, I worked at Dr. Robert Abramovitch’s lab at MSU.  During my time there, I studied …

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