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.
Preparing the hololens for presentations and diving deeper into learning about the technology
Use bio curated data to investigate and model genetic pathways that cause Breast Cancer.
Treating ePTFE grafts to mimic the characteristics of human blood vessels.
Ecological and Evolutionary Dynamics of Spatially Structured Streptomyces Species
Relationship between microbiome and depression. Small World Initiative.
Epigenetic mechanisms implicated in onset and progression of neurodegenerative disease
Undergraduate Media InternUndergraduate Student
Capturing photos and videos for the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery.
Design and implement new and existing files, websites, and programs.
Prebiotic environment simulation and peptide formation study
Disease modeling using CRISPR/Cas9 gene editing and directed differentiation of human stem cells
Engraftment and axon projection patterns of injected motor neuron progenitors
Epigenetic regulation of stress memory in plants
Multi-layered vascular scaffolds and use of nanoparticles to create wearable technology
Study of bacteriophages that target bacteria associated with secondary respiratory infections
Methodology research related to CAR T cell gene therapy for cancer patients.
Research AssistantUndergraduate Student
Observing how the built environment influences health outcomes.
Models of virus scaling