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COST Student Highlights
COST Student Highlights
Wii Research at Bloomsburg University
Exercise Science lends itself well to research for students with so many possibilities to test relatable theories while having fun doing it - from comparing physical fitness of baseball players by position to the relationship between running and jumping to any number of variables involving body fat percentage and cardiac responses.
And Bloomsburg University’s undergraduate and graduate exercise science programs do it quite well, regularly involving student participants from many academic disciplines across campus. The results are often nationally recognized.
COST Research and Scholarship Day
Research ranging from pesticides in honey bees to analysis of gunshot residue to efficiency of antidepressants were on center stage at the College of Science and Technology’s Research and Scholarship Day held Friday, Dec. 6, at 3 p.m. in Hartline Science Center. #CollaborativeLearning
More than 15 projects were on display and presented. Posters included “DNA Sequencing of Different Species of Fish Off the Coast of Mexico” by Leonard Oddo, “Analysis of Pb Concentration in Gunshot Residue by X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometry” by Thomas Malirski, “Adventures in Blood Clot Analysis by HPLC” by Kristie Darrah, “Evaluating the Gene AUSYSI for a Functional Iron Transporter” by Brendon Juengst, and “Solar Kiosk Overview” by Jim Capozzoli.
COST research and scholarship hit center stage
Students from various disciplines ranging from speech pathology to computer science to nursing and instructional technology presented their research projects and findings on Saturday, May 11, during College of Science and Technology’s Research and Scholarship Day in Hartline Science Center. Undergraduate and graduate students presented either through an openly displayed poster session or a 15-minute presentation.
CPUB Biologists Honors
The annual Commonwealth of Pennsylvania University Biologists (CPUB) Meeting was held April 20-21, 2013 at Clarion University.
Kelsey Matthews (BS Biology, Pre-Med) received a CPUB Outstanding Student award. She also was honored in receiving 1st place for her research talk in the Cell and Molecular Biology – Undergraduate Presentation division. Ghaith Ibrahim (MS Biology) won 2nd place in the Overall Graduate Student division, which included all graduate students in both the Ecology, Evolution and Organismal and Cellular and Molecular Biology divisions for platform and poster presentations.
- Testing the Effects of Signal Transduction Inhibitors on Azole Resistance in the Opportunistic Fungal Pathogen Candida glabrata — Kelsey Matthews and Karl W. Henry
- The identification of a Putative Gcn5-like Histone Acetyltransferase and its Role in Antifungal Drug Resistance in Candida glabrata — Ghaith Ibrahim and Karl W. Henry