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The Beginnings of Difference: Using Prime Editing to Investigate Early Embryonic Development, Yonit Krebs, UG '24 (A3432925)

Following fusion of the egg and sperm during fertilization, the embryo divides to form a structure called a blastocyst. Differences between cells in the embryo emerge by the formation of the early…

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Assessing Immune Response to Parasitic Lungworm in Northern Elephant Seals, Kenya Ripley-Dunlap, UG '24 (EE6A8B72)

Understanding how species once at the threat of extinction are affected in the long term can illuminate current and future conservation concerns. Northern elephant seals (NES) have a unique reaction…

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Tissue Sculpture: How Do Our Lungs Form? Jake J. Klimek, UG '24 (5C795CAC)

Our lungs are beautifully designed and energetically efficient gas-exchange systems that are formed by complex, tree-like networks. However, sometimes lungs do not form correctly during embryonic…

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The Domestication Yeast for Biomanufacturing through Vacuolar Isolation and Related Processes, Kenzo Salazar, UG '27, William Sebastian Gil, UG '27, Dowon Seo, UG '27 (73EFF2AD)

Biomanufacturing is the use of cell machinery to produce high-value chemicals. Although a growing field, used in the production of everyday products such as insulin and Vitamin C, the current…

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Probiotic Precision: Engineering Solutions for Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Management, Camille Perez, UG '27, Rebekah Choi, UG '26, Evelyn Chen, UG '26 (1BA407E8)

Inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) presents a significant healthcare challenge, affecting millions worldwide with its chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract. Current treatments, mainly…

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Controlled in situ Assembly of Biocompatible Polymers, Sanjana Venkatesh, UG '26 (2D0A2083)

What happens when we infuse cells and biological tissues with human-made materials? The possibilities are endless; we open up a new world for interacting with our cells, from measuring minuscule…

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The Role of Ciboulot in the Development of the Drosophila Tracheal System, Natalie Torres, UG '26 (380192FE)

Vascular malformations are the result of atypical development of blood vessels. As with many rare conditions, vascular malformations are understudied, and the mechanisms underlying their formation…

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Cancer Killing Probiotics with High Specificity: Adhere, Quorum Sense, and Kill, Remy Garcia-Kakebeen, UG '27, Ryan Miner, UG '27, Jingjing Wang, UG '26 (4A06F438)

The motivation of our project is to create a treatment that would isolate and attack cancer cells rather than both cancerous and non-cancerous cells. The impact of this would be profound, as patients…

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Towards Spatially-Modulated Collective Cell Migration, Yubin Lin, GS (374003CF)

From wound healing to cancer metastasis, collective cell migration is a key step to these biological processes. However, many of these migrations are localized and does not impact the whole system.…

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Structural and Biophysical Investigations of Protein-Membrane Interactions in T. gondii to Understand Organelle Fission Necessary for Parasite Propagation, Maria Josefina Karakousis, UG '26 (3CDAD298)

Toxoplasma gondii is a single-cell parasite which causes toxoplasmosis, a disease causing flu-like symptoms in healthy individuals but severe eye or brain damage in congenitally infected children,…

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EEB 522 Seminar Series | Allyson Hindle

EEB 522 Seminar Series Colloquium on the Biology of Populations Presented by Allyson Hindle "Physiology of deep diving seals"

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CBE Majors | Callie Zheng

CBE senior Callie Zheng discusses the depth and breadth of a discipline that has empowered her to advance the frontiers of knowledge.

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decoding genomes

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Julian Gold: DataX Biomedical Data Scientist

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OURSIP Intern - Blaise Stone

Investigating Extracellular Matrix Protein Accumulation in a Model of ‚ÄčIdiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis Advised by: Prof. Jean E. Schwarzbauer, Molecular Biology Yu Sun, Molecular Biology

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