GenOM Undergraduate Researchers 2005-06

This group includes both participants of both our Undergraduate Summer Research Program for summer 2006 and the program that runs throughout the academic year. Please read the profiles below to see what these students accomplished during their time as undergraduate researchers and find out where they are now.

Student Profiles

David Baker
Department Chemical Engineering
  Naomi Belayneh
Department of Aquatic & Fisheries Sciences
Lizzeth Belskus-Amador
Department of Epidemiology
  Maria-Jose Bravo
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Natividad Chavez
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  Moncerrat Cisneros
Department of Epidemiology
Faysal Dahir
Department of Bioengineering
  Meron Debesai
Samuel Emelife
Department of Internal Medicine
  Aziel Epilepsia
Department of Electrical Engineering
Ashley Fontelera
Department of Genome Sciences
  Karin Golob
Department of Immunology
Gabriela Guncay
  Margo Haney
Department of Genome Sciences
Chanaye Jackson
Benaroya Research Institute
  Adam Koerner
Harborview Medical Center
Jonathan Leano
Department of Chemistry
  Maria Limon
Center on Human Development and Disability
Ce'Nedra Martin
Department of Genome Sciences
  Hamdi Mohamed
Department of Bioengineering
Ryan Morigeau
Department of Medicine
  Lindsey Nix
Department of Medical History & Ethics
Emma Noyes
Department of Medical History & Ethics
  Naila Prieto
Department of Pediatrics
M. Denise Salgado
Department of Radiation Oncology
  Harkirat Sohi
Department of Genome Sciences
Aniel Solis
Puget Sound Blood Center
  Katherine Taylor
Department of Psychiatry & Medical Genetics
Christina White
Department of Bioengineering
  Jasmin Zavala
Harborview Medical Center
Bakal Zeleke
Department of Chemistry
     

 

About Our Organization

The GenOM Project provides educational and research opportunities for underrepresented minority students interested in genomics. These programs target pre-college and undergraduate students.