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2013-2014 Scholars

Venice De Etoulem

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Mentor: 
Heather Ward, Ph.D, Department of Pathology
Institution: 
Trinity Washington University
Research Interest/s: 
Immunology and Pathology
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Adam Delora

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Mentor: 
Elaine Bearer, Ph.D, Department of Pathology
Institution: 
University of New Mexico
Research Interest/s: 
Neuropathology
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G. Michelle Ducasa

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Mentor: 
Marianne Berwick, Ph.D, Cancer Center
Institution: 
Florida International University, Miami
Research Interest/s: 
Molecular and Cellular Biology/ Molecular Epidemiology
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Johnny Kenton

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Mentor: 
William Shuttleworth, Ph.D, Department of Neurosciences
Institution: 
University of New Mexico
Research Interest/s: 
Neurosciences
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Kisa King

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Mentor: 
William Shuttleworth, Ph.D, Department of Neurosciences
Department: 
Biology
Institution: 
University of New Mexico
Research Interest/s: 
Immunology and infectious diseases/neurosciences
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Sarah Olguin

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Mentor: 
Todd Thompson, Ph.D, Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Institution: 
University of New Mexico
Research Interest/s: 
Neurosciences
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Franklin Orndorff-Plunkett

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Mentor: 
Robert Thoma, Ph.D, Department of Psychiatry
Institution: 
MIT, Cambridge Massachusetts
Research Interest/s: 
Neurosciences
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Erika Perez

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Mentor: 
Nora Perrone-Bizzozero, Ph.D, Department of Neurosciences
Institution: 
Whittier College
Research Interest/s: 
Neurosciences
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Abbie Reade

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Mentor: 
Robert Miller, Ph.D, Department of Biology
Institution: 
University of New Mexico
Research Interest/s: 
Ecoimmunology and Parasitology
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