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Students Present Research at UW-Stout

APRIL 14, 2006--Eleven students from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls will present work at the UW System Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity on May 5 at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.

Students from UW-RF attending the symposium include:
Wisconsin:

Appleton: James Grosek, a senior biology student, will present a poster titled, “Artificial Tissue Development of Trophoblast cells on three-dimensional Scaffolds Induce Phenotypic Changes and Cell Differentiation Modeling Human Placental Tissue Behavior.”

Cambridge: Charles Packard, a senior biotechnology student, will present a poster titled “A Molecular Genetics Screen for Proteins that Xenopus Proteins that Bind to Hermes Reveals a Novel Interaction with the Cell Cycle.”

Deerfield: Erin Regan, a senior horticulture student, will present a poster titled "A Research Internship at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pennsylvania."

Elmwood: Andrea K. Crownhart, a junior biology student, will present a poster titled, “A Walking Exploration of El Camino de Santiago.”

Osceola: Kyle Thompson, a junior computer science and information systems student, will present a poster titled, “Semantic Networks with Relations as Nodes, Relational Hierarchy, Abstraction, and Instantiation.”

River Falls: Julie Carrell, a senior biology student, will present a poster titled “Activity of Synthetic Caps Aicin Analogs on the Vanilloid Reception TRPV1.”

Superior: Caroline Martin, a senior biology student, will present a poster titled, “Testing of Synthetic Compounds for Apoptis-Inducing Capacity Reveals a Specific Cell-Death Pathway.”

Minnesota:
Buffalo: Mindy Johnson, a senior biology student, will present a poster titled, “Longterm “Artificial Tissue” Cultures of Human Embryonic Kidney (HEK-293) Cells Show Distinctive Features Associated with Differentiation.”

Prior Lake: Tory Schaaf, a sophomore biology student, will present a poster titled, “Primary Nervous Tissue Growth and Potential Development in 3D Cultures.”.

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