2020 NSF REU

Fellow

Fellow’s Institution

Research Mentor

Project Title

Ramon Canizales

Cal State, San Bernardino Prof. David van Dijk scRNA sequencing data analysis on infected SAR-CoV-2 human bronchial epithelial cells

Maria Isabel Chosco

California State University, Northridge

Prof. Farren Isaacs

In silico modeling of human serum albumin binding to multi-site lipidated proteins for predicting half life and binding interactions

Isabella Gimon

Florida International University Prof. Megan King

Analyzing flow through the FG repeats of the nuclear pore complex using a lattice model

Samuel Halladay

Missouri University of Science and Technology Prof. Hui Cao

The spectral bandwidth of energy deposition eigenchannel

Victoria Helm

Cuesta College Prof. Alex Kwan Exploring sex differences in decision making

Gabrianne Ivey

Appalachian State University Prof. Zach Levine

Quantitative predictions characterize p53 aggregation in coarse-grained molecular dynamic simulations

Melanie Landesberg

Yale University

Prof. Corey O’Hern

Predicting crystal phase selection for high entropy alloys

Ashley Peake

Wake Forest Prof. Corey O’Hern

Predicting crystal phase selection for high entropy alloys

Anthony Potchernikov

Yale University

Prof. Enrique De La Cruz

Product release may limit activity of ENPP1 an enzyme regulator of tissue calcification

Beth Reed

Washington and Lee University

Prof. Jing Yan

Modeling vibrio cholerae biofilm growth under conditions of confinement acid (HA) hydrogels

Hannah Steele Yale University Prof. Corey O’Hern

Predicting crystal phase selection for high entropy alloys

Richard Szeligowski Yale University Prof. Shen Itaconate: Evolution of the link between immunity and metabolism
Alice Zhang Yale University Prof. Corey O’Hern Simulating particle compression jamming in 3D
       

In 2020, we ran our REU Site remotely. Last minute, we were able to take in extra Yale participants who no longer had internship opportunities.