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Five SREP Students Compete at Regeneron ISEF

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Five Upper School Science Research and Engineering competed in the Regeneron ISEF (International Science & Engineering Fair), the largest pre-college science fair in the world. Annually, approximately 1,800 high school students from more than 75 countries, regions, and territories are awarded the opportunity to showcase their independent research and compete for an average of $5 million in prizes.

The students who presented four projects as finalists at ISEF qualified by advancing through the HB's annual Poster Session judging in March.

  • Anjali Dhanekula ’22 won third place in the Translational Medical Science category and a Shanghai Youth Science Education Society Science Seed Award for her project The cGAS-STING Pathway in Rhabdomyosarcoma and Osteosarcoma with Dr. Alex Huang, Mohammad Alshebremi, and Dr. Suzanne Tomchuck at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. 

  • Snigdha Cingireddi ’22: Regenerative Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence by Autologous Macrophage Therapy with Drs. Adonis Hijaz and Ilaha Isali at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

  • Katie Greppin ’22 and Kailey Takaoka ’22: Descriptive Epidemiology on Vestibular Schwannomas from 2004-2016 with Dr. Jill Barnholtz-Sloan and Gino Cioffi at Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine

  • Shruthi Ravichandran ’21: Targeted Delivery of Immune Agonists for Antitumoral Response of the Tumor Microenvironment with Dr. Stathis Karathanasis at Case Western Reserve University School of Engineering

Hathaway Brown has been honored to award spots to ISEF each year based on the quantity and excellence of the science and engineering research being performed in partnership with Cleveland institutions like Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Clinic, NASA Glenn Research Center, and the Natural History Museum.

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