Zain Anwar is conducting biomedical research.
Zaid Ashruf is studying the evaluation of Paxlovid on patients of chronic kidney disease.
Shreeyans Bhavaraju’s project is titled Detecting Acute Kidney Injury in Infants using Machine Learning Techniques.
Vishwum Kapadia is studying the Characterization of the Dicrotic Notch in Patients with Severe Mitral Regurgitation.
Kingsten Lin is designing and testing a contactless position system to better optimize an automatic electronic control system for the active magnetic levitation of a ferromagnet.
Daniel Lust’s project is titled Characterization and Comparison of Swine and Human Spinal Cord Segments Using 3D Reconstruction of Micro-CT Imaging.
Sujay Nalla is studying SMARCA5 Inhibition as a Therapeutic Target for Glioblastoma.
Beau Napolitano is researching the effects of different fabrics and cores of hand-built park skis.
Reyansh Pardeshi is studying squash ball warming methods.
Brad Perry’s project is titled, The Little Differences: How Lighting Design Can Change One’s Perspective of a Live Show.
Henry Peterman’s project is titled, A Collection of Animations and What Makes Them Work.
Danny Pikovskiy is studying and designing fishing lures.
Gavin Sheppard is creating a machine learning model to predict the rushing yards of NFL players.
Will Stephans is studying the interactions between BRAF-mutated and wild-type lung cancer at varying doses of target drug.
Aaron Velez is investigating how patients with cervical dystonia react in terms of movement when they are given a mismatched visual signal and brain signal.
Ryan Wang’s project is titled Development of Persistent DNA Vectors for Safe and Lasting Non-viral Gene Therapies.
Stephen Weinberger’s project is titled, The Study of Soundproofing and Noise Mitigation Highlighted with Noise Pollution and Noise Reduction of in-school Applications.