SESSION 1 – Physical Science and Engineering

1st Place
Girish Ramaswamy
Biomedical Engineering

2nd Place
Preeti Chopra
Clinical Dentistry

3rd Place
Balazs Ruzics
Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

SESSION 2 – Social and Behavioral Sciences

1st Place
Jennifer Jones
Medical Psychology

2nd Place
Leshan Elliot
Environmental Health Sciences

3rd Place
Caroline Robinson
Medical Sociology

SESSION 3 – Life Sciences

1st Place
Deborah Mai
Microbiology

2nd Place
Philip Dolan
Cell Biology

3rd Place
Ritu Saxena
Cell Biology

SESSION 4 – Life Sciences

1st Place
Patrick Erwin
Biology

2nd Place
Faheem Shaikh
Cellular and Molecular Physiology

3rd Place
Joo Yeun Oh
Pathology

SESSION 5 – Arts and Humanities

1st Place
Christopher Null
History

2nd Place
Amber Henson
Art History

SESSION 6 – Life Sciences

1st Place
Mariya Sweetwyne
Cell Biology

2nd Place
Anthony Filiano
Cell Biology

3rd Place
Brian Parks
Microbiology

SESSION 7 – Life Sciences

1st Place
Alencia Woodard-Grice
Cellular and Molecular Physiology

2nd Place
Stephen Jordan
Cell Biology

3rd Place
Travis Laver
Cell Biology

SESSION 8 – Life Sciences

1st Place
Olga Danilchanka
Microbiology

2nd Place
Christopher Yuskaitis
Cell Biology

3rd Place
Jason Lucas
Physiology and Biophysics

SESSION 9 – Physical Science and Engineering

1st Place
Johnnie Cherneski Waid
Civil Engineering

2nd Place
Parag Joshi
Computer Engineering

3rd Place
Himani Deshpande
Materials Engineering

SESSION 10 – Mathematics and Computer Science

1st Place
Leonard Jowers
Computer and Information Sciences

2nd Place
Ritu Arora
Computer and Information Sciences

3rd Place
Lin Yang
Computer and Information Sciences

SESSION 11 – Life Sciences

1st Place
Jessy Deshane
Biochemistry and Molecular Genetics

2nd Place
Jillian Adams
Microbiology

3rd Place
Jason Ashley
Molecular and Cellular Pathology

SESSION 12 – Physical Science and Engineering

1st Place
Clinton Curry
Applied Mathematics

2nd Place
Xin Chen
Computer and Information Sciences

3rd Place
Robert Tairas
Computer and Information Sciences

SESSION 13 – Physical Science and Engineering

1st Place
Laura Williams
Nursing

2nd Place
Sarah Viamonte
Medical Psychology

3rd Place
Hari Garapati
Epidemiology

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