Student Scholars


Investigation of the Mechanism by which the Host Protein WDR5 is Targeted to the Viral Replication Factory
Sigma-Delta/FPGA Accelerated Controller Design
Quantitative Behavioral Technology
Finding proteins and pathways responsible for tau oligomer mediated neuron death in Alzheimer's Dementia
Marine Heatwaves and the Intertidal Zone
Developing a Dynamic MRI-Optogenetics Imaging Phantom
Creating an ImageJ Macro to Automatically Determine the Nuclear: Cytoplasmic Florescent Intensity Ratio of YAP in Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy
Utilizing Stem Cell Derived RPE Cells to Study Danon Disease
Automated Humidity Control System


Examining the Effects of Varying pH Conditions on the Early Development of the Painted Sea Urchin, Lytechinus pictus
Developing sustainable synthetic routes to lithium-ion battery electrodes
Leveraging Microscopy to Characterize the Morphology and Autofluorescence of Lignocellulose Degrading Microbes
Determining the Role of Epigenetics in the Variations of Thermal Tolerance and Plasticity Between Populations of Tigriopus californicus
Aggregation Induced Emission in Stereospecific, Photoluminescent Polymers
Hardware Efficient Image Reconstruction for Two-Photon Microscopy
Optogenetic Tool to Control Kinase Signaling


Designing Markov Chain Algorithms for Enhanced Robotic Surveillance
Investigating How Active Fluid Flow Shapes Embryos
Identifying the Caspases that Initiate Programmed Cell Death in Response to Toxic RNAs
Investigating the Mechanism of Action Behind Novel Anti-Cancer Drugs
Developing DNA Transformation Methods for Non-model Anaerobic Gut Fungi
Improvements to Single-cell mRNA Sequencing Technology
Robust Autonomous Assignment of Rigid Rotors


Diet and Polycystic Kidney Disease
Interactions of the Zika virus 3’ UTR with Host Cellular Proteins
Understanding Characterization Mechanisms of Advanced Magnesium Alloys
Designing and Optimizing Snake Robot Locomotion
Quantifying the Energy Within Protein-Surface Interactions
Microplasma-based Synthesis of Nanostructured Pt


Shear Flows of Dense Suspensions
New Apparatus for Double Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Experiments
Enhancing Spectral Usage Through Full Duplex Communication
Increasing Organic Photovoltaic (OPV) Efficiency
Separating Particles Using Tangential Flow Filtration and Inertial Microfluidics
Identifying the antibody specificity repertoire
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