On April 26, honors and graduate students in the Natural Sciences and Mathematics Division presented posters at the Celebration of Science Theses.
Han Yang Tay ’19 speaks to Barbara Juhasz, associate professor of psychology, about his study titled “Rich Club and Diverse Club in Structural and Functional Neuroimaging Data.” His advisor is Psyche Loui, assistant professor of psychology.
Alexa Strauss ’19 presented an “Investigation of the Relative Activity of Monomer and Dimer SecYEG Translocons.” Her advisor is Donald Oliver, professor of molecular biology and biochemistry and the Daniel Ayres Professor of Biology.
Bobby Baldocchi ’19 presented “Bobby’s Big Box of Galaxies: The Categorization and Visualization of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.” His advisor is Roy Kilgard, associate professor of the practice in astronomy.
Isabella “Eija” Kent ’19 shared her poster titled “Investigation of Seed-Medicated Synthesis of Gold Containing Nanoparticles.” Her advisor is Michelle Personick, assistant professor of chemistry.
Edelina Marzouk ’19 presented her study titled “Investigating the Role of Histones H1 and H2A.Z in Maintaining Chromatin Structure through the Rad6-Bre1 Pathway in S. cerevisiae.” Her advisor is Scott Holmes, professor of molecular biology and biochemistry.
Seth Redfield, chair and associate professor of astronomy, speaks to Kaila Scott ’19 about her study titled “The Intergenerational Transmission of Racial Attitudes: The Effects of Colorblind Parenting.” Scott’s advisor is Anna Shusterman, associate professor of psychology.
BA/MA graduate student Will Barr shared his poster titled “mRNA-rRNA Base Pairing Modulates Eukaryote Protein Translation” with Ishita Mukerji, the Fisk Professor of Natural Science and professor of molecular biology and biochemistry. Barr’s advisor is Michael Weir, professor of biology.