GenOM Undergraduate Researchers 2011-12

This group includes both participants of both our Undergraduate Summer Research Program for summer 2012 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

Merna Abdelsayed
Department of Bioengineering

 

Nadya Ali
Department of Psychiatry

Raymond Alvarez
Department of Psychology
  Misghana Andemichael
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
Laura Barrera-Martinez
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
  Isaye Barton
Department of Genome Sciences
Jennifer Cross
Department of Pediatrics
  Ashley DeAguero
Department of Genome Sciences
Joseph DeAguero
Department of Genome Sciences
  Rebecca de Frates
Department of Genome Sciences
Daryl Dhanraj
Department of Genome Sciences
  Tanya Dodgen
Department of Genome Sciences
Bianca Garcia
Department of Genome Sciences
 

Yuriana Garcia
PATH

Harry Haghanegi
Department of Genome Sciences

 

Kelsey Kaeding
Department of Genome Sciences

Edwin Llamas
Department of Chemical Engineering
  Jennefer Lopez
Department of Oceanography
Kevin Magnaye
Department of Pediatrics
  Elijah Martin
Department of Genome Sciences
Rebecca Martinez
PRONTO International
  Morgan McCallister
Department of Biochemistry
Brittney McKenzie
Department of Bioengineering
  Samuel Mullen
Department of Genome Sciences
Jasmine Muñoz
Department of Materials Science Engineering
  Aleena Ouaddi
Department of Genome Sciences
Jose Pineda
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
  Vickie Satele
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
Lindsay Stanford
Department of Genome Sciences
  Corinna Tordillos
Native Center for Cancer Control
Collin Waterton
Department of Bioengineering
  Cynthia Wainaina
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
Mikias Woldetensae
Department of Mechanical Engineering
  Yue Xiang
Department of Biology

 

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.