Five Hathaway Brown students presented their original research at the American Association for the Advancement (AAAS) Annual Meeting in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, February 16-19, 2012. Abstracts of their work are also published in the AAAS Poster Proceedings.
Sarah Forcier ’12 presented her research on genetics and neuroscience, conducted at the CWRU School of Medicine.
Claire Ashmead ’12 presented her research on space flight experiments, conducted at NASA Glenn Research Center.
Samantha Reeves ’12 presented her nanotechnology research conducted at the CWRU Department of Chemical Engineering.
Gurbani Kaur ’13 presented her targeted drug delivery research conducted at the CWRU Department of Biomedical Engineering.
Shamanthika Shelkay ’13 presented her cardiovascular disease research conducted at the CWRU School of Medicine.
Additionally, abstracts of original research by 19 Hathaway Brown have been published in the February 2012 Ohio Journal of Science, and they will present their work at the Ohio Academy of Science Annual Meeting to be held at Ashland University, April 13-14, 2012. Their names are listed below, along with the agencies where they conduct their research.
NASA Glenn Research Center: Juniors Grace Yi and Gianna Mitchell
Cleveland Clinic: Juniors Nayab Habib, Lena Ransohoff, and Kiren Walters
CWRU Departments of Engineering and Physics: Juniors Serena Chang, Alice Catanzaro, Devon Kilroy, Joyce Guo, and sophomore Aparna Narendrula
CWRU School of Medicine: Senior Jenny Jones; juniors Ingrid Zippe, Sara Spain, Danielle Jones, Aly Bryan, Preeya Shankar, and sophomore Yasemin Cobanoglu
Independent Robotics Engineering project: Seniors Samantha Santoscoy and Ketki Lele
HB's signature Science Research & Engineering Program is overseen by Director of Research Patricia Hunt. Congratulations to all of these remarkable students!