Eudoxie Bataba

Eudoxie Bataba

Posted On October 24, 2016
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Summer 2016 Research Experience for Undergraduates Molecular and Biochemical Analysis of Proteins, Purdue University

Eudoxie is a sophomore majoring in biology with a pre-medical concentration. After graduation in 2018, Eudoxie will pursue osteopathic medical training to practice as an obstetrician/gynecologist physician. She currently volunteers at Good Shepard’s Clinic, a free clinic for the community in… more »

Carly Wieting

Carly Wieting

Posted On October 24, 2016
Categories STEM, STEM Scholar

Summer 2016 Research Materials Chemistry REU Program, University of South Dakota

Carly is an honors senior and will graduate this December with a bachelor’s in chemistry. She will be applying for PhD programs in chemistry and wants to work as a chemist. Carly has had leadership experience as the Membership Director for Chemistry Club and… more »

Ibukun Ige

Posted On October 24, 2016
Categories STEM, STEM Scholar

Summer 2016 Research SEEP Program at Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University

Ibukun is an honors sophomore biology major with a pre-medical concentration. After graduation in 2018, Ibukun will pursue medical school training to become a coroner. Currently, in between classes and work, she volunteers at the Center for Black Women’s Wellness, spends time with… more »

Francisco Martinez

Francisco Martinez

Posted On October 24, 2016
Categories STEM, STEM Scholar

Summer 2016 Research The University of Alabama in Huntsville and NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Heliophysics Summer Research Opportunity for Undergraduates

Francisco Martinez is an honors freshman majoring in physics and astronomy. His current interests are many: to learn about the universe and how we play a part in the ever changing world… more »

Nia N. Mitchell

Nia N. Mitchell

Posted On October 24, 2016
Categories STEM, STEM Scholar

Summer 2016 Research Medical and Dental Education Program (SMDEP), Duke University School of Medicine

Nia Mitchell is an honors first-year biology major with a pre-medical concentration. Currently, Nia works in Dr. Aaron Roseberry’s neurobiology lab, studying how eating palatable (that is, irresistibly tasty) foods affect dopamine neurons and the dopamine system (commonly called… more »

Kenya Thrasher

Kenya Thrasher

Posted On October 24, 2016
Categories STEM Scholar

Summer 2016 Research Intern Introduction to Cancer Research Careers Program (ICRC) at NIH Jay A. Berzofsky Lab

The National Cancer Institute (NCI), the largest component of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), is the nation’s premier biomedical research facility and a world leader in cancer research. NCI recognizes the importance of identifying, training, and mentoring… more »

Amari Parham

Amari Parham

Posted On October 24, 2016
Categories STEM Scholar

Amari is an honors freshman majoring in neuroscience. Her career goal is to obtain an MD-PhD specializing in psychiatry. As part of her career aspirations, Amari is learning Spanish and American Sign Language to serve a wide range of patients and to make medicine more accessible for underrepresented communities. In her free time, Amari enjoys… more »

Charbel Aoun

Charbel Aoun

Posted On October 24, 2016
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Summer 2016 Research Summer Medical and Dental Education Program, University of Virginia School of Medicine

Charbel serves as the Co-Founder and President of the First Generation Foundation, a non-profit organization providing resources for first-generation high school and college students to be successful in the academic and professional world. He is the first in his family… more »

Antoinette Charles

Antoinette Charles

Posted On October 21, 2016
Categories STEM, STEM Scholar

Summer 2016 Research Medical and Dental Education Program (SMDEP), Duke University School of Medicine

Antoinette Charles is an honors sophomore majoring in neuroscience. Her career goal is to practice medicine as a neurosurgeon and to improve healthcare for people, regardless of their ethnicity, socioeconomic status, nationality, sexual orientation, or gender. Antoinette is part of the Global… more »

Signature research experiences through CUREs

Posted On October 17, 2016
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National attention is turning to the signature, course-based undergraduate research experiences (CUREs) being developed in GSU STEM departments. The American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) recently interviewed Dr. Paul Ulrich, Senior Lecturer in Biology, regarding his efforts to provide greater opportunity to undergraduates via CUREs.

In the Department of Biology, Dr. Ulrich has… more »