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Mathematical cognition and learning, particularly how representation impacts mathematical reasoning
Role of visualizations in mathematical cognition
Mechanism that links neurodegenerative diseases to lysosomal and endosomal dysfunction.
Cognitive and emotional effects of educational multimedia design for math and science learning
De novo peptides and chemical origins of life
Identifying the key regulator genes that are responsible for reprogramming.
Developing biomedical nanomaterials for drug delivery applications
Computational models of cognition, applied machine learning and data science.
The relationship between colors and concepts, and their link to information visualizations
Novel CAR T Cell therapy development in translational and bench top settings
Meta-analysis of viral rates of elongation
Human Computer Interaction, focusing on accessibility in AR/VR
Fiction that accurately depicts scientific processes and the empowering effect that science can have
Epigenetic mechanisms that control Primordial Germ Cell differentiation in mice
SROP BDS StudentVisiting Scholar
Using machine learning to identify transcription binding patterns
Epigenetic mechanisms of somatic cell reprogramming.