Biology Honors Presentations

This year's Biology Honors Thesis students seminars will begin on May 18th. 

Biology Honors Presentations - Spring 2022

May 18th:

Katherine A. Miller - Environmentally realistic conditions increase fitness of VPS-independent biofilms in V. cholerae - 11:30AM, LSC 201

Dina Rabadi - The Role of Natural Antibodies in Cancer Immunoediting - 3:00PM, Kellogg 200

May 20th:

John Gourdeau - Signature Genetic Changes in the DNA Packaging Motor of Gene Transfer Agents  - 11:30AM, LSC 201

Alice Little - Interactions between Streptococcus sanguinis and Pseudomonas aeruginosa in coculture - 2:00PM, LSC 201

May 23rd:

Chithra Singareddy - Effects of Temperature on Vibrio cholerae attachment dynamics: a predictive simulation model - 11:30AM, LSC 201

Sophie Skallerud - Photoprotective regulation during iron deficiency: ILR3, BBX24, & BBX25 - 2:30PM, LSC 201

Brynn Rankin - Validating a mouse model of brain-specific NLRP3 Activation - 3:00PM, LSC 100

May 24th:

Madeleine Brown - Quantifying the Import and Export Dynamics of Histone H3.3 in the Early Drosophila Embryo - 3:00PM, Kellogg 200

May 26th:

Victoria Bergstein - The Phosphatidylinositol 4-Kinase Four Wheel Drive Regulates Cell Surface Area Change During Drosophila Gastrulation - 3:00PM, Kellogg 200

Lucy Langenberg - Phylogenetic and experimental evaluation of an aerobic methane production enzyme - 4:00PM, Kellogg 200