GenOM Undergraduate Researchers 2012-13

This group includes both participants of both our Undergraduate Summer Research Program for summer 2013 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

Nimo Ahmed
Department of Pharmaceutics

  Raymond Alvarez
Department of Psychology
Misghana Andemichael
Department of Global Health
  Fabiola Arroyo
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
Kilala Barnes
Department of Environmental and Occupational Health Sciences
  Laura Barrera-Martinez
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Isaye Barton
Department of Genome Sciences
  Klondy Canales
Department of Neuropathology
Brian Cedeno
Seattle Biomedical Research Institute
  Eduardo Chavez
Department of Pathology
Melanie Connick
Department of Genome Sciences
  Adrian Diaz
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Claudia Espinoza
Department of Genome Sciences
  Yuriana Garcia
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Kate Harrison
Department of Genome Sciences
 

Blair Johnson
Department of Genome Sciences

Terence Leach
Department of Oceanography

 

Jennefer Lopez
Department of Oceanography

Kevin Magnaye
Department of Pediatrics
  Britney Martinez
Department of Genome Sciences
Rebecca Martinez
PRONTO International
  Jesus Martinez-Gomez
Department of Biology
Brittney McKenzie
Department of Bioengineering
  Shanti Neff-Baro
Department of Genome Sciences
Naomi Nkinsi
Department of Pediatrics
  Julio Pineda
Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center
Oscar Rodriguez
Department of Genome Sciences
  Cesar Sanabia
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Maggie Smith
Department of Mechanical Engineering
  Corinna Tordillos
Native Center for Cancer Control
Courtney Wills
Department of Genome Sciences
  Mikias Woldetensae
Department of Mechanical Engineering

 

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.