Session 1, Room A
Social and Behavioral Sciences

1st Place: Olga Henao Public Health
2nd Place: Levi Ross Health Education/Health Promotion
Session 2, Room B
Mathematics and Computer Sciences

1st Place: Xiaqing Wu Computer and Information Sciences
2nd Place: Jean-Paul Kapuya Mathematics
3rd Place: Beum-Seuk Lee Computer and Information Sciences
Session 3, Room C
Life Sciences

1st Place: Jeffrey Sfakianos Microbiology
2nd Place: Adam B. Keeton Pathology
3rd Place: Erin Rodgers Cell Biology
Session 4, Room D
Life Sciences

1st Place: Pavle Repovic Cell Biology
2nd Place: Zheng Zhang Microbiology
3rd Place: Amanda Isom Foxwell Pharmacology and Toxicology
Session 5, Room A
Arts and Humanities

1st Place: Catherine Stevens Art History
2nd Place: Jim Pihakis English
3rd Place: Katrina C. Sokoll English
Session 6, Room B
Physical Sciences and Engineering

1st Place: Bhavesh V. Patel Materials Engineering
2nd Place: Rebecca O'Connor Davis Materials Science
3rd Place: Krista Kilpadi Biomedical Engineering
Session 7, Room C
Life Sciences

1st Place: Scott L. Deken Neurobiology
2nd Place: Dana Levasseur Biochemistry
3rd Place: Daniel Greene Cell Biology
Session 8, Room D
Life Sciences

1st Place: Kumar R. Pandya Biochemistry
2nd Place: Nathan J. Kelly Microbiology
3rd Place: Rafael Garcia-Mata Cell Biology

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arthur totten headshot squareArthur Totten, a PhD candidate in Microbiology and an asthmatic himself, studies how allergy sufferers react to bacterial infections. At his Discoveries in the Making presentation at Homewood Public Library on September 8, Arthur talked about a pathogen only found in humans called Mycoplasmas Pneumoniae (Mpn) – bacteria that causes walking pneumonia. Read more ...
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