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Kimonni Driver

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in REU 2017 Awardees

Kimonni was an undergraduate researcher in the Wells Lab (University of Pennsylvania) during the summer of 2017.

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Brianna Hajek

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in REU 2017 Awardees

Brianna was an undergraduate researcher in the Holzbaur Lab (University of Pennsylvania) during the summer of 2017.

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Olivia Leavitt

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in REU 2017 Awardees

Olivia was an undergraduate researcher in the Winkelstein Lab (University of Pennsylvania) during the summer of 2017.

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Kristine Lister

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in REU 2017 Awardees

Kristine was an undergraduate researcher in the Goldman Lab (University of Pennsylvania) during the summer of 2017.

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Zhangao Liu

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in REU 2017 Awardees

Zhangao was an undergraduate researcher in the Genin Lab (Washington University in St. Louis) during the summer of 2017.

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Aaman Mengis

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in REU 2017 Awardees

Aaman was an undergraduate researcher in the Huh Lab (University of Pennsylvania) during the summer of 2017.

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Kimberly DeLuca

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in REU 2017 Awardees

Kimberly was an undergraduate researcher in the Mauck Lab (University of Pennsylvania) during the summer of 2017.

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Yanbing Wang, PhD

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in Alumni, Postdocs

Genetic and Mathematical Modeling Approaches to Understanding the Role of Mechanosensitive Ion Channels in Pollen. Dr. Wang worked as a postodoc in the lab of Dr. Elizabeth Haswell.

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Vishakha Karnawat, PhD

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in Alumni, Postdocs

My project aims at gaining a deeper insight into the stepping mechanism of dynein motor proteins. In the laboratory of Prof. Yale E. Goldman, I use single molecule polarized TIRF microscopy with super-resolution single particle tracking to determine orientation of dynein ring and rotation motions in the motor domain while its movement along microtubules.

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Yuntao Xia

By Erin on March 15, 2018 in Alumni, Graduate Students

Dr. Xia is now a postdoctoral fellow at Stanford University. My work at Upenn mainly focused on the correlation between nuclear envelope rupture and DNA damage. The genomic heterogeneity within a tumor is increasingly recognized as important in understanding cancer progression and drug resistance. Recent studies show a possible causality of this genomic heterogeneity is […]