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

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Nicholas Thackaberry Gamboa, Gonzaga University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Richard Webby [AFMR member]
Ira Tigner Jr., Tuskegee University
Alexandria Broadnax, Dillard University

State University of New York at Buffalo
SROP Mentor: Dr. Derek Daniels [APS member]
Charity Bouyer, St. Johns University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Rajendram V. Rajnarayanan [ASPET member]
Joshua Legette, Tougaloo College
Donteeno Todd, Tougaloo College
SROP Mentor: Dr. Samir Haj-Dahmane [ASPET member]
Shukri Dualeh, University of Rochester
SROP Mentor: Dr. Margarita Dubocovich [ASPET member]
Angelica Rivera Gonzalez, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez Campus
SROP Mentor: Dr. Aiming Yu [ASPET member]
Brittney Browne, Fordham University
SROP Mentor: Dr. James Olson [ASPET member]
Danielle Forde-Riddick, Medgar Evers College - CUNY
SROP Mentor: Dr. Fraser Sim [ASPET member]
Kirsti Gilmore, Albany State University
SROP Mentor: Dr. Marilyn Morris [ASPET member]
Sharlene Robles, University of Puerto Rico, Aguadilla Campus
SROP Mentor: Dr. Maria Laura Feltri [SDB member]
Georgina Kemeh, City College of New York
SROP Mentor: Dr. Stewart Clark [ASPET member]
Diara Santiago-Gonzalez, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus
SROP Mentor: Dr. Caroline Bass [ASPET member]
Victoria Valdez, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

University of Maryland Baltimore County
SROP Mentor: Dr. Michael Summers [ASBMB member]
SROP Student: Janae Baptiste, University of West Florida
SROP Student: Joshua Brown, University of West Florida
SROP Student: Olaniyan Jamal Cash,

Morehouse College
SROP Student: Mateo Hernandez, University of South Florida
SROP Student: Angelica McIntyre, The University of Southern Mississippi
SROP Student: Kamil Payano Sosa, Pennsylvania State Uni
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Contact: Jacquelyn Roberts
marcsrop@faseb.org
Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology
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