Bonnie Akhavan '18 presented on Computer Vision, Obstacle Avoidance, and Contouring on RASPBERRY PI and OPENCV.
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 2017, members of the class of 2018 participated in project-based internships.
Student projects and presentation are listed below:
Nikita Gupta '18 presented on Targeting Ataxia-Telangiectasia Mutated to Enhance the Radiation Response of Glioblastoma.
Julie Hirsch 18 presented on Automated Object Recognition and Moment of Area of Sea Lions.
Madison Harris '18 presented on the Development of Piglet
Stephanie JIang '18 presented on Optimizing the immunohistochemistry protocol and analysis for correlative serial block-face electron microscopy.
Amber Batra '18 presented Auditory Discrimination in the Ferret for Complex Sounds: Effects of Peripheral Nerve Stimulation on Neuroplasticity.
Audrey Bochi-Layec '18 presented on Antiseptic Resistance in Staphylococcus Aureus and MRSA.
Jayme Slotkin '18 presented on NanoCellulose Films & Fibers.
Anna Haskin '18 presented on Near-Space Measurements for Mars Rotorcraft.
- Yasmin Alamdeen
- Christine Baca
- Rebecca Chan
- Zoe Chen
- Sarah Greidorf
- Rinnie Hewlett
- Gillian Hutter
- Ava Jundanian
- Charlotte Anne Miller
- Skyler Sorini
- Alex Steelman