Immaculata Students Participate in 8th Annual Symposium for Undergraduate Research
Six undergraduate students from Immaculata University participated in the 8th Annual Symposium for Undergraduate Research held at the University of Maryland. Over 200 students from the East Coast region presented their research. Immaculata Senior Lauren Williams earned 2nd prize in the Biological Sciences category for her poster presentation.
The following Immaculata students participated.
Senior Lauren A. Williams of Philadelphia, PA (19145) — Earned 2nd Prize
Project: The Effects on N-Ethylmaleiminde on Endoplasmic Reticulum Morphology
and Vesicle Budding Activity in vivo
Senior Kelly Dickinson of East Fallowfield, PA
Project: Testing Food Products for Genetically Modified Organisms
Senior Heather Gwin of Upper Darby, PA
Project: Genetic Diversity in White-Tailed Deer
Senior Dawn Toros of Parkesburg, PA and senior Jennifer Harris of Erma, NJ
Project: Tumor Suppressor Gene Mutations in Dogs with Osteosarcoma
Junior Sara Crowe of Lansdale, PA and junior Elizabeth Crowe of Philadelphia, PA (19149)
Project: Investigation of the Composition of a Prescription Brand Drug vs Its Generic Using HPLC (high pressure liquid chromatography)
Immaculata University, a Catholic coeducational institution, is located 20 miles west of Philadelphia, south of the intersection of routes 30 and 352, between Paoli and Exton.
z:word: releases: Immaculata Students at Symposium for Research #57 (10.31.05)