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Four SREP Students Compete at Regeneron ISEF

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Four 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.

  • Katie Greppin '22: Epidemiology of Pineoblastoma in the United States, 2000-2017 (Barnholtz-Sloan Lab)
  • Neha Sangani '24 won third place in the Biomedical Engineering category for her project Procoagulant Synthetic Platelets to Restore Hemostatic Clot Quality in Platelet Dysfunction Settings. (Sen Gupta Lab)

  • Avery Simon '22: Creating an Autonomous Path Navigator to Generate Interest in Machine Learning Among Children (Schilling Lab)

  • Julia Zhu '24 won fourth place in the Biomedical and Health Science category for her project C19orf12 Ablation Causes Mitochondrial Dysfunction and Ferroptosis in MPAN. (Zhang Lab)

  • 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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