Session 2L

McNair Session - Improving our Sense of the World through New Diagnostic Tests and Bacterial Community Exploration

3:30 PM to 5:15 PM | Moderated by Keya Sen
Add to my favorites Building a Vertical Multiplexable Autonomous Disposable Nucleic Acid Test, or MAD NAAT Device for Use in the Detection of Nucleic Acid Analytes
Presenter
  • Saleh Feras Jaber, Senior, Bioengineering McNair Scholar
Mentors
  • Paul Yager, Bioengineering
  • Joshua Buser, Bioengineering

Add to my favorites Automated Analysis of Paper-Based Immunoassay Tests on Mobile Devices
Presenter
  • Krittika Joannah (Krittika) D'silva, Senior, Bioengineering, Computer Engineering Levinson Emerging Scholar, Mary Gates Scholar, Presidential Scholar, UW Honors Program, Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Awardee
Mentors
  • Gaetano Borriello, Computer Science & Engineering
  • Nicola Dell, Computer Science & Engineering
  • Paul Yager, Bioengineering

Add to my favorites Ultrasound Imaging Systems, Improving Design and Usage through a Statistical Analysis of Patient Data
Presenter
  • Jorge C. (Jorge) Fernandez, Senior, Computer Science, Bioengineering McNair Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Christopher Neils, Bioengineering

Add to my favorites Arsenic Resistance in Prochlorococcus
Presenter
  • Myesa I. (Myesa) Legendre Fixx, Junior, Oceanography, Environmental Science & Resource Management NASA Space Grant Scholar, McNair Scholar
Mentors
  • Gabrielle Rocap, Oceanography
  • Jaclyn Saunders, Oceanography

Add to my favorites Investigation of Influence of Quorum Sensing on Virulence by Emergent Vibrio parahaemolyticus
Presenter
  • Puskar Siwakoti, Junior, Biomedical Sciences: Medical Microbiology, University of New Hampshire McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Cheryl Whistler, Molecular & Cellular Biology, University of New Hampshire

Add to my favorites Creating the Next Antibiotic: Identifying and Synthesizing Inhibitors of the Bacterial Enzyme DapE
Presenter
  • Kaitlyn Lovato, Junior, Chemistry, Loyola University Chicago McNair Scholar
Mentor
  • Daniel Becker, Chemistry, Loyola University Chicago