2007 Research Highlights
Rosa María Álvarez, a biology and biological engineering junior at MIT, constructed and verified a new method that may help detect genomic rearrangements.
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Arthur Edwards, a biomedical sciences senior at the University of South Florida, analyzed microRNA expression profiles of lymphoma cells and normal B cells.
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Isaac C. Joseph, a computer science freshman at MIT, developed an approach to predict how small molecules can modulate biological functions.
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Nicole Martinez, an industrial biotechnology senior at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, identified candidate inhibitors of histone deacetylases that may play a role in cancer.
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Jessica Perez, a biological engineering freshman at MIT, evaluated vision system models for use in genome sequencing.
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Haydeliz Martínez-Ruiz, a chemical engineering senior at the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, developed and optimized methods for purifying Txnip proteins, which may lead to key biological insights.
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Sara Tribune, a biology junior at Tougaloo College, studied the association of QT interval duration with common genetic variation.
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