Undergraduates at WID have the unique opportunity to participate in the research process at an interdisciplinary institution. Their important work advances the research mission of WID and provides an entry to the research world for students.
My work consists of completing a variety of administrative tasks that promote the VE Lab's projects.
Assisting Dr. Handelsman and Mr. Benson with administration.
Treating ePTFE grafts to mimic the characteristics of human blood vessels.
Web development for the ARPA-E project
The origin of self-propagating chemical systems
Chemical Ecosystem Selection and The origins of Life Project
Epigenetic regulation of stress memory in plants
Mechanical testing of SLS printed parts with varying angles of print and glass bubble composition.
Developing Stem Cell-Derived Dorsal Horn Interneurons for Regeneration of Somatosensory Circuits
How perception can be better utilized for learning and understanding in the classroom and real world
Cellular reprogramming in order to induce a pluripotent state in the cells
Models of virus scaling
Epigenetics of heat stress memory in plants
Mechanisms that promote the outgrowth of neural stem cells on micro patterned substrates.
Processing of stress, strain, and alignment data of stem cell derived cardiomyocytes
Help create social media content to promote WID