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Undergraduate Student Summer Research Award recipients announced for the 2012 FASEB MARC summer research opportunity program
Date:6/28/2012

: Thomas Riley, University of Maryland, Baltimore County

Marshall University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Lawrence M. Grover [APS member]
SROP Student: Kelyn Pittman, Kennesaw State University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Nalini Santanam [ASBMB member]
SROP Student: Franklin Woode, Princeton University

New York University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Chiye Aoki [APS member]
SROP Student: Laura Bustamante, University of Pennsylvania
SROP Student: Melanie McNutt, Hampton University
SROP Student: Bianca Sigel, Tulane University

Rutgers University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Charles Roth [BMES member]
Orlando Barbosa, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus
SROP Mentor: Dr. Victor Jin [AFMR member]
Kevin Chavez, Stony Brook University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Alberto Cuitino [SDB member]
Jonathan Colon, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus
SROP Mentor: Dr. Emanuel DiCicco-Bloom [HCS member]
Alejandra Laureano, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus
SROP Mentor: Dr. Derek B Sant'Angelo [AAI member]
Crystal LeBlanc, Belmont University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Alan Goldman [SDB member]
Jose Martinez, Cornell College
SROP Mentor: Dr. Alberto Cuitino [SDB member]
Kevin Ortiz, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus
SROP Mentor: Dr. Edward Selby [SDB member]
Andres Ramirez, Cornell University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Mladen Roko Rasin [SDB member]
Taylor Vega, University of California, Berkley
SROP Mentor: Dr. Stavroula Sofou [BMES member]
Justin Womack, University of Wisconsin, Madison

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital
SROP Mentor: Dr. Maureen McGargill [AAI member]
Ronald Valencia, University of North Carolina at Charlotte
SROP Mentor: Dr. Fatima Rivas [AFMR member]
Rachel Primacio, University of California, San Diego
SROP Mentor: Dr. Andrew M. Davidoff [AFMR member]

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Contact: Jacquelyn Roberts
marcsrop@faseb.org
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
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