College Preparatory School for Girls Grades 3-12

Science Research Program

Working in a laboratory is an integral part of science research. Holton students are provided a unique opportunity through the School’s Science Research Program to experience this work first hand.

During the spring semester of junior year, students pursuing engineering based internships take a course in computer programming and robotics. Students interested in biomedical research take a course in Molecular and Microbiology. Armed with this information, the girls are then placed in local institutions for summer internships to work side-by-side with doctors and conduct their own research.

This during the summer of 2016, members of the class of 2017 participated in project-based internships.

Student projects and presentation are listed below:

Yasmin Alamdeen

Project: Phoneme Sequence Discrimination and Auditory Selective Attention in Ferrets Behavioral and Neural Approach

Presentation (PDF)

Christine Baca

Project: Sea Lion Tracking

Presentation (PDF)



Rebecca Chan

Project: Evaluation of DDT as a Contaminant in Peptide Mapping

Presentation (PDF)






Zoe Chen

Project:

Presentation (PDF)

Sarah Greidorf

Project: Improving the Mobility of a 3D Printed Robot for Search and Rescue Operations

Presentation (PDF)


Rinnie Hewlett

Project:

Presentation (PDF)

Gillian Hutter

Project:

Presentation (PDF)


Ava Jundanian

Project: Transcriptional Regulation by cAMP Receptor Protein (CRP)

Presentation (PDF)


Charlotte Anne Miller

Project: The Effect of Radiation on Cellular Metabolism in Glioblastoma and GBM Stem-like Cell Lines

Presentation (PDF)

Skyler Sorini

Project: Characterization of HPA Stress Response in Male and Female Mice

Presentation (PDF)


Alex Steelman

Project:

Presentation (PDF)
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