Class of 2015

Emily Christensen – Biochemistry

“The Effects of Methylmercury on breast cancer progression”

Nicole Jenkins – Chemistry

“Method development for the spectrophotometric analysis of arsenic in aqueous media”

Elena Labovitis – Biochemistry

“Spectrophotometric analysis of copper and lead in human nails and hair using indigo-spiropyran sensor”

Sarah Erskine – Environmental Science – CHEM

“harmaceuticals in Wastewater Effluent and Stream Water”

Class of 2014

Chenlu He – Chemistry

“Asymmetric hydrogenation of acetamido cinnamate ester in water”

Michale Rist – Biochemistry

“The Effects of Methylmercury on Neutrophil Production of Interleukin-8”

Class of 2013

Zachary Dunn – Biochemistry

“Synthesis of hydroxy acids using asymmetric hydrogenation in water”

Amy Moreira – Biochemistry

“Asymmetric hydrogenation of tyrosine analogues in water”

Class of 2011

Marissa Hobocan – Chemistry

“Enantioselective hydrogenation of enol esters in water”

Jessica Emory – Biochemistry

“Asymmetric hydrogenation of enamide esters in aqueous media”

Class of 2010

Aurelie Marcotte – Chemistry

“The determination of methanosulfonic acid levels in an ice core from South-Central Greenland”

Caitlin Glover – Chemistry

“An examination of the chemical changes that lead (II) oxide induces in the 18-day creation of linseed oil paint”

Jacob Korzun – Biochemistry

“Identification of the toll-like receptors in gray seals”

Class of 2009

Julia Dekermendjian – Chemistry

“Investigation of the polymerization of copper oils”

Katherine Burbank – Chemistry

“Electron deficient aromatic alumoxanes as arsenic remediation materials”

Samuel Beal – Chemistry

“Chemical weathering along the Greenland ice sheet margin”

Julia Simundza – Chemistry

“Use of microsatellite DNA to establish the genetic relationship of Cape Cod diamondback terrapins”

Beth Markens – Chemistry

“Differential gene expression in patients with aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease”

Hilary Magruder – Biochemistry

“Expression of GPER-1, a novel membrane estrogen receptor, in human ovarian cancer cell lines”

Blair Rossetti – Biochemistry

“Identification and analysis of the sea urchin ciliary proteome”