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Name Title Department University Date
Alves, Katia Is Sexual Risk Behavior Changing in Santos, Brazil? Clinical Pharmacology Stanford Nov 2002
Bandrowski, Anita Do Neurons Get Overexcited Too? A Perspective on Learning and Epilepsy Neurology Stanford Mar 2002
Bartley, Laura A Biochemical Jigsaw Puzzle: Uncovering the Details of Folding of an RNA Molecule Medicine Stanford  
Bassler, Arnd Chickens on Grassland- Who Gains? Animal Nutrition and Management Swedish Univ of Agricultural Sciences Jun 2002
Bergstrom, Sara A Snapshot of the Active Chemistry in the Body by Microdialysis Analytical Chemistry Uppsala Mar 2002
Bhalotra, Sameer Finding a Needle in a Haystack: Smart Cameras Physics Stanford May 2001
Brown, Katrina Can Environmental Chemicals Confuse Our Hormones? Chemistry Vanderbilt Aug 2001
Brown, Todd Explaining the Composition of the Present-Day Universe Physics Vanderbilt Aug 2001
Bucci, Mirella The Security Checkpoint of Cells: Stopping Bad Proteins at the Border Biological Sciences Stanford Mar 2002
Carnethon, Mercedes The Complex Nature of Diabetes Complications Health Research & Policy Stanford Dec 2001
Carney, Karen How Does Changing Tropical Forests to Farms Affect the World Underground? Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford Jun 2001
Cain, Carol Cheng Changing Work Behavior in Medical Organizations Biomedical Informatics Stanford Dec 2001
Chappell, Rick Particles in Space -- From the Earth or the Sun? Physics / Science Communication Vanderbilt Aug 2001
Chatterjea-Matthes, Devavani T Cell Development in the Bone Marrow of Mice Medicine Stanford  
Cline, Erin Up and Down: How Cells Find Their Way in the World Molecular & Cellular Physiology Stanford Dec 2001
Conroy, Chris Voles as Model Organisms in Evolutionary Biology Biological Sciences Stanford May 2001
Cristobal, Susana A Missing Protein Could be Deadly Cell and Molecular Biology Uppsala Sep 2003
Davis, Mindy How do Enzymes Allow Bacteria to Eliminate Environmental Pollutants? Chemistry Stanford  
Devine, Claire Out on the Farm or Deep in the Forest: Where are all the Butterflies? Biological Sciences Stanford  
Ehrlich, Jason How Do Cells Know Up From Down? Biological Sciences Stanford  
Elsila, Jamie Extraterrestrial Messages: What Meteorites Can Tell Us About the Early Solar System Chemistry Stanford Mar 2002
Engelhardt, Mark Studying the Architecture of a Molecular Machine Biological Sciences Stanford  
Eriksson, Therese Studying Magnets the Size of Atoms Materials Chemistry Uppsala Sep 2003
Fischer, Melissa Information Overload: Implications for Treatment and Training Medicine Stanford  
Gilchrist, Catherine How Do Proteins Become Toxic and Kill Nerve Cells? Biological Sciences Stanford Nov 2002
Grumet, Nancy The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Climate Change Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford May 2001
Hammainen, Pekka A New Lining for Lung Transplants Might Let Us Breathe Easy Cardiothoracic Surgery Stanford Dec 2001
Hannon, Theresa Detecting Less Than the Eye Can See Chemistry Stanford Mar 2002
Harrison, John Agriculture and Pollution in the Developing World Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford Jun 2001
Hatzidakis, Joy How Can a Gene Make a Male Court a Female? Biological Sciences Stanford  
Hunjan, Sandeep Creating Improved Maps of Tumor Locations for Enhanced Cancer Eradication Radiation Oncology Stanford Jun 2002
Johnson, Cari Dinosaurs in the Land of Genghis Khan Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford May 2001
Johnston, Elizabeth AIDS Therapy in Africa Medicine Stanford Dec 2001
Karakelian, Darcy Electromagnetic Precursors to Earthquakes: Do They Exist? Geophysics Stanford Jun 2001
Kemsley, Jyllian Understanding the Role of Iron in Biology Chemistry Stanford Jun 2001
Klett, Oliver Potential Problems When Low and High Voltage Meet Chemistry Uppsala Mar 2002
Ladoux, Tasha How Do Plants Choose Mates? Biological Sciences Claremont Mar 2002
Liu, Yueyi Looking for "Switches" for Genes Biological Sciences Stanford Mar 2002
Lloyd-Ronning, Nicole Twinkle, Twinkle, Exploding Star Physics Stanford May 2001
Martin, Nick Simulating Nature's Version of the Landfill Geological and Environmental Sciences Stanford Mar 2002
Martinez, Cynthia Understanding Mountains Out of Molehills: Why Looking at Old Dirt Can Tell Us How Mountains Form Earth Sciences Stanford Dec 2001
Meadows, Alex Soap Film Geometry: Minimal Surfaces in Mathematics Mathematics Stanford  
Merchant, Kusai The Wild Dance of Proteins: Flexibility and the Connection Between Structure and Function Chemistry Stanford Nov 2002
Meyer, Tim Big Elephants and Big Physics: The Stanford Team on BaBar Physics Stanford  
Miller, Melissa How Cells Recognize and Destroy "Problem" Proteins Biological Sciences Stanford Aug 2001
Moberg, My Drawing Chemical Maps of Complex Samples Chemistry Uppsala Mar 2002
Moore, Lisa Discovering How Plant Roots Respond to Environmental Change Biological Sciences Stanford Jun 2001
Mori, Akiko Can we Renew Our Brains? Neurosurgery Stanford Aug 2003
Niu, Ling Behavior of Schwann Cells in Diseases Neurobiology Stanford Dec 2001
Nollert, Peter Structure and Function of a Molecular Filter Medicine UCSF Aug 2001

Olander, Lydia

Who's in Control of the Nutrients That Sustain Tropical Forest Growth, the Living or the Dead?

Biological Sciences

Stanford

Jun 2001

Ott, Carolyn Preparing Proteins for Life on the Outside Medicine UCSF Aug 2001
Peck, Melicent Sending Signals: How Bacteria and Plants Talk to Each Other Biological Sciences Stanford  
Pettersson, Andreas A Machine That Reads Your Feelings Chemistry Uppsala Mar 2002
Prochnik, Simon How to Fingerprint a Protein Medicine UCSF Aug 2001
Ramonell, Katrina Under Attack!! How Can Plants Defend Against Pathogens in the Environment? Plant Biology Carnegie Institution of Washington May 2001
Ramström, Margareta Weighing the Molecules of Life Analytical Chemistry Uppsala Mar 2002
Resor, Phil How Does the Earth "Relax" After an Earthquake? Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford Jun 2001
Ronning, Filip How do Electrons Avoid Collisions With Each Other? Physics Stanford Jun 2001
Rumbaugh, Kendra Learning the Secrets of Bacterial Lung Infections Medicine UCSF Aug 2001
Samskog, Jenny Fingerprinting the Drugs of the Future Chemistry Uppsala Mar 2002
Sanders, Nathan Ant Ecology: What Determines Who Lives Where? Biological Sciences Stanford  
Savage, Kaye Environmental Impacts of Gold Mining in California Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford  
Shachaf, Cathy Turning a Cancer Cell to a Normal Cell in the Body Oncology Stanford Nov 2002
Shen, Kyle What Can Einstein's Electrons Tell Us About Superconductivity? Applied Physics Stanford Nov 2002
Singha, Kamini Scanning the Earth to Help Predict the Movement of Contaminants in Groundwater Geological and Environmental Sciences Stanford Nov 2002
Skulan, Andrew Molecular Rumba: The Dance of the Protein Intermediates Chemistry Stanford Nov 2002
Snyder, Kate Bouncing Light to See the Invisible Chemistry Stanford Mar 2002
Sparer, Tim What's That Virus Doing With My Genes? Microbiology & Immunology Stanford Dec 2001
Sundlöf, Anna Metaphors and Models in Popular Science Science Education Malmö Jun 2002
Swanson, Britta Bacterial Needles: A New Mechanism for Survival Medicine UCSF Aug 2001
Takagi, Yuichiro Molecular Machinery That Controls Genes Structural Biology Stanford Mar 2002
Tarbell, Kristin Autoimmunity: When the Immune System Can't Distinguish Self From Non-Self Medicine Stanford Mar 2000
Theissen, Kevin Interpreting Global Climate Change: Clues From the Past Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford Jun 2001
Townend, John The Biggest Banana Peel on Earth Geophysics Stanford Jun 2001
Trapp, Gabriele Do You Have a Healthy Heart? Chemistry Stanford Jun 2003
Trapp, Oliver Weight-Watching of Molecules Chemistry Stanford Jun 2003
Van de Ven, Chris Why Plants Grow Where They Do Geological & Environmental Sciences Stanford Jun 2001
Vestergren, Anders From Small Magnets to Big Magnets, and What Pool Balls and Superconductors Have in Common Theoretical Physics KTH Apr 2003
Wang, Pei Studying Patterns of Genes That Affect Cancer Development Statistics Stanford Jun 2003
Wetterhall, Magnus Measuring Proteins, the Building Blocks of Our Bodies Chemistry Uppsala Mar 2002
Whelan, Rebecca Eavesdropping on Proteins' Conversations Chemistry Stanford Mar 2002
Wiesner, Karoline Athletics of Molecules Physics Uppsala Sep 2003
Yamashita, Megumi Why, in My Lab, a Grandmother's Clock Is More Useful Than a Stopwatch Geophysics Stanford Mar 2002
Yang, Yi-Shan Designing a Personalized Treatment for Cancer Immunology Stanford Jun 2003