Fourth Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium Aug. 5
July 28, 2014
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Nearly 90 undergraduate students from three regional universities and the Geisinger Health System will participate in the fourth annual Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 5 at Geisinger Health System's Henry Hood Center for Health Research on the campus of Geisinger Medical Center, Danville.
Undergraduates from all disciplines were invited to present their research at a poster session. Presentations will be evaluated in three categories: Clinical and Translational Research, Social Sciences and Humanities, and Natural Sciences and Engineering.
The Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium is co-sponsored by Bloomsburg University, The Bucknell Institute for Public Policy, Geisinger Health System and Susquehanna University. Participants are:
Bloomsburg University Khadija A. Abdullahi, Philadelphia; Clinton M. Allwein, Summerdale; Michael John Ashton, Danville; JoEllen Blass, Catawissa; Aaron M. Brown, Sunbury; Caitlin Carlin, Berwick; Shelby Coleman, Bloomsburg; Sawyer J. Davis, Camp Hill; Alyssa Lynn Duksta, Kelayres; Courtney Marie Dunn, Mifflintown; Susan Erdman, Nescopeck; Kyle Flick, Bloomsburg; Laurie Ganey, Allentown; Matthew Gift, Boyertown; Farron Hakanson, Shickshinny; Joshua William Halbfoerster, Bath; Sarah Elizabeth Halter, Warriors Mark; Nicholas Hitcho, Allentown; Ali Hussain, Harrisburg; Kirk J. Jeffreys, Danville; Boenell Kline, Milton.; Leonid Kukuyev, Dingmans Ferry; Amanda M. Lacerte, Philadelphia; Devyn Adrian Lesher, Sunbury; Rachel Livingston, Tyler Hill; Lacy Marbaker, Montrose; Matthew Michael Mattesini, Riverside; Paige Michener, Telford; David G. Perez, Danville; Zachary Rhoden, Forty Fort; Christopher Wyatt Rosengrant, Zion Grove; Jesse N. Rothweiler, Mount Joy; Jaimee Saemann, Glenmoore; David V. Strawn, Easton; Christopher Daniel Sullivan, Dingmans Ferry; Eric Thompson, Hatfield; Benjamin G. Tice, Berwick; Nicole Christine Updegrove, Carson City, Nev.; ASM Tuhin, Bangladesh; Shana Wagner, Milroy; and Steve M. Zosh, Millville. Also, through the Geisinger Health System, Julio Azahel Valencia-Velez, Lewistown.
Bucknell University Rajasri Alaparthi, Danville; Daniel Beyh, Groton, Mass.; Heather Bothwell, Bronxville, N.Y.; Daisy Bourne, Verona, N.J.; Rachel Brekovsky, Fairport, N.Y.; Abu E Chowdhury, Lansdale; Levi Craft, Coal Township; Gregory Danchik, Avondale; Devon DelVecchio, Mansfield, Mass.; Jackie Eppinger, Crofton, Md.; Stephanie Gonthier, Sutton, Mass.; Christina Gonzalez, York; Michaela LaPatin, Barnegat, N.J.; Trey Lauletta, Exton; Derek Maurer, Piscataway, N.J.; Chugiao Ren, Beijing, China; Julia Resnikoff, Colts Neck, N.J.; Greta Savickaite, Stony Point, N.Y.; Elizabeth J. Seidell, Goldens Bridge, N.Y.; Reilly Sonstrom, Bristol, Conn.; Henry Stann, Agoura Hills, Calif.; Rennie Tankersley, Parkton, Md.; and Jonathan Walls, Danville. Eleanor Easse, Wayne, N.J., and Rebecca Procopio, Lewisburg, are Bucknell students conducting research in conjunction with Geisinger Health System or Geisinger's Autism and Developmental Medicine Institute.
Susquehanna University Joseph Antonides, Loysville; Oliver Beale, Port Trevorton; Lauren L. Beck, Manchester, N.J.; Robert Boggs, Abington; Orvil David Grunmeier III, Abington; Dan Isenberg, Danville; Emily Leboffe, Morris, N.Y.; Stephanie Schneider, Exton; Theodore C. Slechta, Lancaster; and Megan K. Wright, Winfield.
Geisinger Medical Center Also the following researchers at Geisinger Medical Center, Geisinger's Autism and Developmental Medicine Institute or the Weis Center for Research: Sayeh Bozorghadad, Lauren Buckley, Matthew Challman, Brendon Juengst, Kevin Quindlen, Kaitryn E. Ronning, Ann Wens Silaire, Laura Diane Sprunt and Victoria Warren.
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