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Chlamy 2023 - Welcome and Keynote 1 Alison Smith

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Human Attention Judgement and the Attention Schema Theory of Consciousness, Kathryn T. Farrell, UG '25 and Sarah C. Kimmel, UG '24 (2770632)

Princeton’s Attention Judgment study aims to investigate the ability of the human brain to predict and model the attention of others. Our work is centered around the Attention Schema Theory of…

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SlaveVoyages: Graphing the Frequency of Voyages from Origin Ports of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Over Time, Moses Abrahamson, UG '25 (2770718)

My project plots slave voyage data from the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade. Specifically, it compares the top five origin ports of the trade in terms of frequency of voyages embarking from these ports…

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Uncovering the Architecture of a Photosynthetic Turbocharger Through Super-Resolution Microscopy, Angelo Kayser-Browne, (2262922)

Plants use a protein called Rubisco to convert carbon dioxide into organic compounds, allowing them to “make” their own food through photosynthesis. A type of green algae called…

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Homegrown Terror: ISIS and ISIL Recruitment of US Citizens and Residents, Caroline Schuckel, UG '25 (2770268)

My research examines the Recruitment of U.S Citizens and Residents and examines and explains the threat this poses to National and International Security. Beginning in 2010 ISIS and ISIL began…

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Can we outperform the S&P500 with a regime-aware approach?, Justin Ong, UG '23 (2269217)

As Mark Twain once said, ”History doesn’t repeat itself, but it does rhyme.” Despite growing at around 9% on average since 1900, the SP500 index has gone through many cycles. In…

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OURSIP Intern - Nathan Shin

The Neural Basis of Taste Aversion Mentors: Prof. Ilana Witten, PNI Dr. Chris Zimmerman, PNI

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Early life stress increases chromatin accessibility in the adult Nucleus Accumbens, Mayowa Oke, UG '22 (3964408)

Early life stress (ELS) is a term which describes a variety of forms of childhood adversity. Research involving both human and rodent subjects has shown that individuals who experience ELS are at…

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Respiratory Illness at the Salton Sea: Analyzing Emergency Room Data, Yvette Olivas Biddle, UG '25, (3964029)

The region surrounding California’s Salton Sea has some of the highest rates of asthma in the state. This has been associated with high levels of airborne particulate matter in the region, due…

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Polymer Additives Homogenize Flow in Underground Environments, Richard Huang, UG '23, (3964616)

Underground rocks and soil have microscopic pores in them able to hold groundwater. Approximately 22% of groundwater in the U.S. is contaminated, while 50% of drinking water in the U.S. is sourced…

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Trust In Reconciliation: How Political Violence Affects Institutional Trust, Rooya Rahin, UG '23 (3963731)

Nearly three decades after the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC), it is still considered by most scholars to be the most successful case of a truth commission, as well as the…

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Decentralization and Health Outcomes in the Philippines, Madison Spinelli, UG '22 (3961005)

This thesis investigates decentralization on population health through quantitative means in the Philippines during the transition period from 1989-1998. The driving hypothesis is that…

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Investigating Phospholipid Transport in Gram-negative Bacteria, Michael Lee, UG '22, (3964281)

Gram-negative bacteria form two biological membranes; the inner membrane encloses the cytoplasm of the bacteria while the outer membrane surrounds the inner membrane and delineates the cell from the…

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How to Pollute a Star in Just 2 Million Years Mark Dodici, UG '22 (2986375)

Last fall, I simulated asteroid orbits in the hopes of finding a new explanation for a curious phenomenon surrounding white dwarf stars. Here, I bring you through the basics of white dwarf pollution…

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Deep Learning Genomics Methods for the Study of Regulatory Signals in Breast Tissue, Briana Macedo UG '22 (2312983)

It is now possible to utilize large genomics datasets to understand how mutations in our genetic code lead to disease, and in turn, create fine-tuned therapies. We leverage predictions from a deep…

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