The research of Piper Janoe is a pilot study aimed at discovering what it’s like...
James Keiler '17: Unlocking Parkinson's Disease
Neuroscience major James Keiler's lab is using gene knockout to try to isolate the protein...
Arielle Kaden ’16: Saving the Shtetlach
Arielle Kaden is researching the resurgence of Jewish life in Europe in the post-Holocaust era.
William Cunningham '16 and Alexander Delavega '16: Rocket to the 14th Century
Two physics majors are designing and reconstructing a Ming Dynasty rocket mentioned in 14th-century Chinese...
Helen Zhao '16: Vaccination Wars
Helen Zhao is using philosophy to explore the controversial topic of vaccines.
Ahmed Elsayyad '15: Rethinking Clinical Trials
Ahmed Elsayyad is investigating the ethical implications of an alternative way to get consent for...
Katrina Rios '15: Improving Dialysis Experience
Katrina Rios is conducting a pilot study on mental health improvements through activity-based learning in...
Eric Ryberg '15: Rock On
Eric Ryberg is working in the Stable Isotope Lab to establish a new method for...
Carrie Resnick '15: On the Campaign Trail
Political science major Carrie Resnick is studying the campaigns of female gubernatorial candidates, focusing on...
Danielle Gilbert '15: Incan Ingenuity
Danielle Gilbert, an archaeology and English double major with a minor in museums and society,...
Victoria Huang '15: The Secret Life of Genes
Victoria Huang's research is on a method of curative gene therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy,...
Maria Garcia '15: Back to the Garden
international studies major Maria Garcia is studying how communities in Baltimore and Copenhagen work with—or...