Session 1N

From Yeast to Mice: Insights into Human Disease and Stress Response

12:30 PM to 2:15 PM | Moderated by Sarah Pierce
Add to my favorites Utilizing Budding Yeast as a Model Organism for Dwarfism
Presenter
  • Haley Minami (Haley) Amemiya, Senior, Biochemistry, Biology (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental) Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentor
  • Bonita Brewer, Genome Sciences

Add to my favorites A Genome-Wide Screen for Suppressors of the S. cerevisiae FMO1 Deletion
Presenter
  • Nicholas Rintala, Senior, Microbiology Mary Gates Scholar, UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Matt Kaeberlein, Pathology
  • Ryan Rossner, Pathology

Add to my favorites The Role of TSPO in Regulating Heme Excess in Early Red Blood Cell Development
Presenter
  • Ishan Bhatt, Senior, Biology (Molecular, Cellular & Developmental)
Mentors
  • Janis Abkowitz, Medicine
  • Raymond Doty, Medicine

Add to my favorites Development of a Polymerase Chain Reaction-Based Genotyping Assay to Identify Cyp4v3 Gene Knockout Mice
Presenter
  • Chai (Audrey) Tay, Junior, Environmental Science & Resource Management
Mentor
  • Edward Kelly, Pharmaceutics

Add to my favorites Adaptive Regulation of Glutathionylation in Gclm Null Mice
Presenter
  • Claire Chisholm, Senior, Environmental Health, Microbiology UW Honors Program
Mentors
  • Terrance Kavanagh, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
  • Gary Merrill, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences

Add to my favorites Characterizing Drug-Metabolizing Enzymes and Transporters that are bona fide CAR-Target Genes in Mouse Intestine
Presenter
  • Shinhee Park, Senior, Biochemistry Undergraduate Research Conference Travel Awardee
Mentors
  • Julia Cui, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences
  • Sunny Lihua Cheng, Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences