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Boom or Bust: Unleashing Butyrate BOMBcoli™ with Engineered E. Coli to Tackle Food Allergies, George Kopf V, UG '27, Daniel Tu, UG '27, Emma Schrier, UG '27 (867207B2)

The native ecosystem of the intestinal microbiome provides an excellent setting to deploy engineered, probiotic bacteria for a variety of therapeutic cases. In this proposal, we suggest the…

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Impacts of Domestic Dog Exposure on Pennsylvania Coyotes’ (Canis latrans) Genetic Structure, Diversity, and Disease Regulatory Genes, Catalina Posada, UG '25 (B9F9B308)

Goal: Coyote (Canis latrans) range expansion has potential gene flow repercussions as coyotes come into increased contact with domestic dogs. Pennsylvania has great county-level variation in…

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Cryo-EM Studies of Organelle Formation in Parasites , Jennifer Nwokeji, UG,'25 (47CC11C8)

Toxoplasmosis and malaria are parasitic diseases with significant global health impacts. An estimated 1 in every 3 individuals worldwide are infected with toxoplasmosis, and over 600,000 die annually…

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11.02.2023 PIIRS Directors Seminar | Public Health and Wellbeing: Learning from the Past Preparing for the Future

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Meta, Moamen Elmassry, PD (2266360)

Trillions of bacteria live in our intestines. This community of microbes is called the gut microbiota. The gut microbiota is a rich source of small molecules. While the majority of gut…

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OURSIP Intern - Jennifer Nwokeji

Cryo-EM Studies of Organelle Formation in Parasites Mentors: Prof. John Jimah, Molecular Biology Nathan Fowler (Research Specialist), Molecular Biology

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How sensory and memory information are encoded in the brain, Kamron Soldozy, UG '22 (3965318)

Imagine trying to catch a ball. Combining the position of the ball now with where it was a moment ago allows you to make a prediction of where the ball will be, a crucial piece of information for a…

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Investigating Visible Intrinsic Fluorescence of Protein Fibers Using Spectroscopic Techniques, Michelle Wang, '23 (3957990)

Proteins are known to have intrinsic fluorescence from aromatic amino acids. Recently however, a new visible intrinsic fluorescence has been identified in protein fibers. This fluorescence does not…

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The gut microbiome are factories of small molecules, Moamen Elmassry, Post Doc (3885983)

Trillions of bacteria live in our gut. This community of microbes is called the gut microbiome. The gut microbiome is a rich source of small molecules. While the majority of gut microbiome-derived…

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ReMatch+ Intern - Varun Deb

Generic Drug Shortages in Global Markets

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Portrait of a Powerhouse: Live-Cell Imaging to Monitor Mitochondrial Behavior, Therese C. Kichuk, GS (2311334)

Just as the human body is kept alive by the functioning of its organs, individual cells are dependent on the health of subcellular structures called organelles. Often, what comes to mind when we…

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Avoiding Plague like the Plague: Some Pathogenic Context for Late Antique Pandemics - Tim Newfield

Avoiding Plague like the Plague: Some Pathogenic Context for Late Antique Pandemics Speaker: Tim Newfield, Georgetown University, Washington June 4, 2020 In…

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The Story of Pandemics in Scholarship and Popular Culture, 1890-2020 - Eisenberg and Mordechai

The Story of Pandemics in Scholarship and Popular Culture, 1890-2020 Speakers: Merle Eisenberg, National Socio-Environmental Synthesis Center in Annapolis Lee…

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OURSIP intern - Sarah Gao

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Germs and Empire

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Future Directions in Neuroscience, Alumni-Faculty Forum, Reunions 2020

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