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Science Interns Share Summer Research
Science Interns Share Summer Research

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On January 11, 2018, Winsor's annual Summer Science Internship Night served as both a celebration and an enticing invitation for future interns and their families.  

Every summer, the Winsor program provides an incredibly rare opportunity for high school-aged students.  A passionate group of Winsor sophomores and juniors are connected with mentors doing cutting-edge research, many from the world-class laboratories of the school's neighbors in the Longwood Medical Area.  

At the January event, 2017 student participants shared their eye-opening experiences through both an informal poster session and panel discussion, organized by Winsor's Kim Ramos and Rachel Bricklin. 

Last summer's interns—and their topics—were:

Emily Belina '18
Analysis of a Ryr2 Enhancer by Random Mutagenesis and STARR-seq

Sophia Blyth '19
Evaluating the Effect of Fixed-Dose Emtricitabine/Rilpivirine/Tenofovir Disoproxil Fumarate on T-Cell Activation, Absolute CD4+ T Cell Count, Inflammatory Biomarkers and Viral Reservoir in Treatment-Naïve HIV-1 Controller

Kaylee Chang '19
Effect of VRC01 on the HIV Viral Reservoir

Samantha Chin '19 & Charlotte Fries '19
Children's language exposure is associated with the neural function underlying their language processing, independent of SES

Nicole Chung '18
The Aging Study: A Data Quality Analysis

Sophia de Castro '19
Macrophage activation marker sCD163 correlates with liver inflammation and may predict treatment outcome

Lydia Forti '19
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosi at Home

Victoria Ho '18
Validating the Role of FTO As an m6A-demethylase Correlated with Tumorigenesis and Proliferation of DIPG

Juliet Isselbacher '18
PDE10A dysregulation in neuronal GLT-1 knockout mice

Antonia Januszewicz '19
Web Development and Top Modeling Using Latent Dirichlet Allocation

Katherine Lin '18
Functional Assessment of the RAS/MAPK Pathway in Rasopathy Patients

Meera Narayanan-Pandit '18
Flowering Time is Affected by Temperature and is an Important Reproductive Isolation Barrier in the Species Complex Arabidopsis arenosa

Jamila O'Hara '19
Determining the Effect of Ethnicity in Calculating T-Scores and Z-Scores

Alison Poussaint '18
Quantitative Ultrasound as a Tool to Assess Hand Muscles of Patients with Neuropathies

Anya Samtani '19
SEQaBOO: SEQuencing a Baby for an Optimal Outcome

Amita Santosh '19
Biomedical Imaging at the Athinoula A. Martinos Center

Angela Su '19
Compiling Data for a Drug Database

Julia Wilson '19
The Behavioral, Structural, and Age-Dependent Functions of FGF-22, A Hippocampal Presynaptic Organizer

Andrea Zhu '18
CRISPR Screen of New Regulators of Axon Regeneration


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