2017 Fall Symposium Abstracts
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Poster #First NameLast NameInstitutionCategoryTitle
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——LisaLynnNorthwestern High SchoolRes Exp for Teachers (RET)Microinvertebrates in Winthrop Woods Soil
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——JessicaAndersonRock Hill High SchoolRes Exp for Teachers (RET)Community Composition of Invertebrates at Winthrop University Successional Plots
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——JocelynGordonSouth Pointe High SchoolRes Exp for Teachers (RET)The Invigorating Ecological Ecosystem Underground
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BE-1HudsonBridgesClemson UniversityBioengineeringOVERVIEW OF THE BIOMOLECULAR AND CELLULAR ENGINEERING LAB
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BE-2TannerRathboneClemson UniversityBioengineeringCRISPR-CAS9 MEDIATED GENE MODIFICATION FOR CORRECTION OF FAMILIAL HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIA IN MOUSE HEPATOCYTES
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BE-3NicholasHaydenFurman UniversityBioengineeringRELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SMO2 MEASURED BY NIRS AND VO2 DURING SEVERAL INTENSITY INTERVALS OF RUNNING
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BE-4SunLeeFurman UniversityBioengineeringCOMPARISON OF PEAK GROUD REACTION FORCES OF FLEXIBLE BARBELL AND STEEL OLYMPIC BARBELL AT VARIOUS LIFTING SPEEDS
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BE-5AndrewRhodesPresbyterian CollegeBioengineeringMYOELECTRICALLY CONTROLLED, 3D PRINTED PROSTHETICS
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BE-6Annekevan EldikWinthrop UniversityBioengineeringTHE IMPLEMENTATION OF 3D PRINTING AND 3D BIOPRINTING IN BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH, EDUCATION, AND COMMUNITY SERVICE
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BE-7NatalieMseisWinthrop UniversityBioengineeringPRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF PORCINE ACELLULAR MUSCLE MATRIX SCAFFOLDS FOR USE IN SKELETAL MUSCLE TISSUE ENGINEERING AND REGENERATIVE MEDICINE
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BE-8XunChenClemson UniversityBioengineeringA LIGHT-SHEET MICROSCOPY BASED THREE-DIMENSIONAL FRAP SYSTEM
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BE-9JackNguyenWinthrop UniversityBioengineeringTHE EFFECT OF PHYSIOLOGICAL LOADING ON CORTICAL BONE REMODELING IN WHITE-TAILED DEER PROXIMAL HUMERUS
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BI-1EmilyParkerConverse CollegeBioinformaticsCHANGES IN THE GENE EXPRESSION OF ALBINO WISTAR RAT LIVERS BY OPHIOCORDYCEPS SINENSIS AND GANODERNUM LUCIDUM
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BI-2KristinMillerPresbyterian CollegeBioinformaticsESTIMATING HETEROSIS OF THE MAIZE PHYLLOSPHERE MICROBIOME
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BI-3CaseyColeUniversity of South CarolinaBioinformaticsRECONSTRUCTION OF DISCRETE STATE DYNAMICS USING RESIDUAL DIPOLAR COUPLINGS
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BI-4DevaunMcFarlandUniversity of South CarolinaBioinformaticsAPPLYING MSTALI TO ACTIVE SITE IDENTIFICATION STUDIES
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BI-5DiegoValdesUniversity of South CarolinaBioinformaticsBIG DATA ANALYTICS OF THE PROTEIN DATA BANK
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BI-6NicholasBoltinUniversity of South CarolinaBioinformaticsAN AI MODEL FOR RAPID AND ACCURATE IDENTIFICATION OF CHEMICAL AGENTS IN MASS CASUALTY INCIDENTS
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BI-7Christopher, ChadGriffin, BirdUniversity of South Carolina BeaufortOther: Mathematical Modeling of Infectious DiseasesEFFECT OF AN IMPERFECT VACCINE AND BEHAVIOR CHANGE DUE TO THE SYMPTOMS ON THE SPREAD OF INFLUENZA
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BI-8KennethNesbittUniversity of South CarolinaBioinformaticsUSING GENETEIC SEQUENCES FROM FREELY AVAILABLE DATABASES AS INPUT TO MULTIPLE, ORTHOGONAL ALGORITHMS FOR GENE EXPRESSION SHOWS GENETIC PROFILE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN LEFT AND RIGHT HUMAN BREAST TUMORS
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BI-9CalebParksUniversity of South CarolinaBioinformaticsSTRUCTURAL CALCULATION OF PROTEINS FROM NMR DATA
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CB-01KirtanKumarFurman UniversityChemistry/ BiochemistryTHE EFFECT OF EXTERNAL STIMULATION OF MOVEMENT ON NEUROTRANSMITTER LEVELS IN COCKROACHES
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CB-02FabiolaGonzalezFurman UniversityChemistry/ BiochemistryINVESTIGATING RNA BINDING PROPERTY OF SARS-COV ENCODED PROTEIN NSP1
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CB-03GillianHornConverse CollegeChemistry/Biochemistry1st GENERATION AMPEROMETRIC BIOSENSING: ADAPTABLE TEMPLATES FOR CLINICALLY RELEVANT MEASUREMENTS OF GALACTOSE AND XANTHINE
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CB-04CarraLyonsWinthrop UniversityChemistry/BiochemistryPROGRESS TOWARD IDENTIFYING THE PHOSPHORYLATION SITE ON RitR
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CB-05Benjamin, MouskudahHernandez, MurrayWinthrop UniversityChemistry/BiochemistrySYNTHESIS OF HETEROCYCLIC BIARYLS AS AGGREGATION INHIBITORS FOR ALZHEIMER’S AMYLOID-BETA PEPTIDE
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CB-06OliviaShirleyCoastal Carolina UniversityChemistry/BiochemistryFINDING BACTERIOPHAGES IN THE AVIARY AT BROOKGREEN GARDENS
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CB-07AshleyThompsonFurman UniversityChemistry/BiochemistryANALYSIS OF POLYHEXAMETHYLENE BIGUANIDE USING DOUBLE DIALYSIS METHODS, SIZE EXCLUSION CHROMATOGRAPHY, ULTRA HIGH PERFORMANCELIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY, AND MASS SPECTROMETRY
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CB-08MalloryByrneCoastal Carolina UniversityChemistry/BiochemistryDEVELOPMENT OF PRUSSIAN BLUE MODIFIED ELECTROCHEMICAL SENSORS INCORPORATING BOTH POLYANILINE AND NICKEL HEXACYANOFERRATE
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CB-09AdolfoMorena CatapanoCoastal Carolina UniversityChemistry/BiochemistryINCORPORATION OF PRUSSIAN BLUE INTO A XEROGEL BASED GLUCOSE SENSOR
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CB-10EricZhangCoastal Carolina UniversityChemistry/BiochemistryIMPACT OF STRUCTURED DEPOSITION OF PRUSSIAN BLUE ON ELECTRODE PERFORMANCE
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MCB-01RamshaShamsCollege of CharlestonMolecular/Cell BiologyEFFECTS OF PERTURBING ORAL/ABORAL AXIS FORMATION ON KPNA2/7 DISTRIBUTION IN SEA URCHIN EMBRYOS
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MCB-02AllisonSwieckiUniversity of South Carolina AikenMolecular/Cell BiologyDEVELOPING A TOL2-BASED ACTIVATION TAG CONSTRUCT
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MCB-03LukeEldredgeFurman UniversityMolecular/Cell BiologyTHE MAL/SRF PATHWAY REGULATES DESMOSOMAL GENE EXPRESSION AND PROTEIN LOCALIZATION IN CANCER CELLS
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MCB-04BrittniJonesConverse CollegeMolecular/Cell BiologyDEVELOPING AND OPTIMIZING METHODOLOGY FOR EX OVO CULTIVATION OF CHICKEN EMBRYO MODELS FOR INVESTIGATION OF ANGIOGENESIS
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MCB-05Dominique, PaigeHill, JohnsonConverse CollegeMolecular/Cell BiologyTHE EFFECTS OF REISHI AND CORDYCEPS ON ACTIVITY LEVELS OF LIVER FUNCTION ENZYMES IN RATS
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MCB-06JustinDavidsonPresbyterian CollegeMolecular/Cell BiologyTHE EPIGENETIC ROLE OF RRP1 IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER
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MCB-07LisaPierterseCoastal Carolina UniversityMolecular/Cell BiologyVIRAL GENOMIC FINGERPRINTING: A METHOD TO CHARACTERIZE BACTERIOPHAGES
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MCB-08LauraWolfeFurman UniversityMolecular/Cell BiologyMECHANISMS OF INTERSPECIFIC COMMUNICATION BETWEEN ANEMONES AND THEIR ALGAL SYMBIONTS
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MCB-09Douglas, JeremiahJohnson, JonesBoggsWinthrop UniversityMolecular/Cell BiologyANALYZING ANTHROPOGENIC EFFECTS ON SANDY BEACHES AND COMMUNITY COMPOSITION USING METABARCODING
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MCB-10ElizabethMcAbeeWinthrop UniversityMolecular/Cell BiologyTHE COMBINATION OF EPIGENETIC MODIFICATION WITH 5-AZACYTIDINE AND SPHEROID CULTURE OF ADIPOSE-DERIVED STEM CELLS ALTERS THE EXPRESSION OF GENES ASSOCIATED WITH DEVELOPMENTAL POTENCY
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MCB-11ShaniceFezeuBenedict CollegeMolecular/Cell BiologyCHIMERIC CONSTRUCT AND GENE EXPRESSION OF BUTELASE (B1) AND VIOLA ULIGINOSA PLANT (VU)
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MCB-12AshleyPribbleCoastal Carolina UniversityMolecular/Cell BiologyMODELING GALACTOSEMIA IN C. ELEGANS
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MCB-13NatalieGaugerCoastal Carolina UniversityMolecular/Cell BiologyCHARACTERIZING GLYPHOSATE RESISTANCE IN C. ELEGANS
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MCB-14YangLiClemson UniversityMolecular/Cell BiologyLABEL-FREE AND NONDESTRUCTIVE METHOD FOR CELL VIABILITY ASSESSMENT IN TISSUE WITH TWO-PHOTON FLUORESCENCE MICROSCOPY
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MCB-15AlexisClarkCoastal Carolina UniversityMolecular/Cell Biology, CancerEFFECTS OF DOXYCYCLINE-INDUCED TSG101 EXPRESSION ON CELL PROLIFERATION
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MCB-16EricHelmenstineCoastal Carolina UniversityMolecular/Cell Biology, CancerEFFECTS OF DOXYCYCLINE-INDUCED TSG101 EXPRESSION ON ESCRT PROTEINS AND RECEPTOR TYROSINE KINASES
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MCB-17TessaLinerCoastal Carolina UniversityMolecular/Cell Biology, CancerDOXYCYLINE-INDUCED TSG101 EXPRESSION IN MOUSE EMBRYONIC FIBROBLASTS
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MCB-18DianaOdhiamboBenedict CollegeMolecular/Cell Biology, ToxicologyGALANGIN INHIBITS AhR MEDIATED CELL DEATH IN MCF-7 CELLS
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MCB-19DajanaBakerBenedict CollegeOther: Physiology, ToxicologyTHE EFFECTS OF HUMIC SUBSTANCES ON ACUTE TOXICITY OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS
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MCB-20OliviaLivingstonWinthrop UniversityOther: GeneticsTHE EFFECTS OF THERMAL STRESS ON THE RATE OF NONDISJUNCTION IN DROSOPHILA MELANOGASTER
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MCB-21ChristianFayUSC AikenMolecular/Cell BiologyUSING siRNAs TO DOWNREGULATE HIV-1 TAT EXPRESSION AND DECREASE VIRAL PRODUCTION IN siRNA-PROTECTED T LYMPHOCYTE POPULATIONS
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MCB-22AlecJonesUSC AikenMolecular/Cell BiologyEMPLOYING mPING AS AN ACTIVATION TAG IN ZEBRAFISH
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MCB-23AlyssaSmithUSC AikenMolecular/Cell BiologyCLONING A REPORTER PLASMID TO TEST A SIRNA TARGETING HIV-1 VIF
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MCB-24Lauren McKenzieSpiresUSC AikenMolecular/Cell BiologyCLONING A HIV-1 VIF-RESISTANT A3G GENE INTO A LENTIVIRAL VECTOR
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MCB-25KaliWigginsUSC AikenMolecular/Cell BiologyDETERMINING THE ROLE OF LDLRAP1A IN ZEBRAFISH SKELETAL DEVELOPMENT
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MCB-26SarahZamielaUSC AikenMolecular/Cell BiologyIMPROVING THE TRANSPOSITION EFFICIENCY OF THE HARBINGER3N_DR TRANSPOSABLE ELEMENT
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MCB-27Connor, Gasinee, PauletteGraham, Phuprasertsak, SarrazinFrancis Marion UniversityOther: MicrobiologyPROBIOTICS AND THE HUMAN MICROBIOME: AN ANALYSIS OF THE MICROBIAL COMPOSITION OF KEFIR
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MCB-28TerenceWillonerUSC AikenMolecular/Cell BiologyUSING CRISPR/CAS9 TO STUDY THE ROLE OF ZMYM2 AND ZMYM3 IN ZEBRAFISH CRANIOFACIAL DEVELOPMENT
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MCB-29ElijahBandySouth Carolina State UnivMolecular/Cell BiologyTHE FUNCTIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF MXB ON PROSTATE CANCER METASTASIS
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MCB-30ChrisNormanSouth Carolina State UnivMolecular/Cell BiologyTHE EFFECT OF CHEMOTHERAPEUTIC AGENTS DOXORUBICIN AND DEXAMETHASONE ON APOPTOSIS AND CELL CYCLE IN PROSTATE CANCER CELL LINE PC3
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MCB-31AlstonJenkinsSouth Carolina State UnivMolecular/Cell BiologyTHE EFFECTS OF DIFFERENT OZONE TREATMENTS ON PEANUT PASTE
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NEU-1CoenHasenkampFrancis Marion UniversityOther: PsychologyADAPTATION OF IMPLICIT RACIAL BIAS INTERVENTION TECHNIQUES FOR USE WITH A MAJORITY AFRICAN-AMERICAN GROUP
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NEU-2Tristan, Briana, Juhi, CaseyPesaresi, Hill, Saxena, CarrellFurman and ConverseNeuroscienceINVESTIGATING THE EFFECTS OF AGE AND DIET ON SPATIAL MEMORY, NEUROINFLAMMATION, AND CHANGES TO GUT MICROBES
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NEU-3AmeliaDavidsonFurman UniversityNeuroscienceACUTE TRANSCRIPTOME RESPONSE OF THE MESENCEPHALON TO INJURY IN THE MUMMICHOG (Fundulus heteroclitus)
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NEU-4PeterBucciniFurman UniversityNeuroscienceTHE ROLE OF THE DOPAMINE (D3) RECEPTOR IN THE ACQUISITION OF POSTTRAUMATIC STRESS DISORDER
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NEU-5MasonRodriguezUSC AikenNeuroscienceEFFECTS OF HIGH DEFINITION TRANSCRANIAL DIRECT CURRENT STIMULATION ON INHIBITORY CONTROL
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PH-1Brittany, LakilWright, MasonFurman and Morris CollegePublic HealthTHE MESSAGE OF LIVEWELL GREENVILLE: AN EVALUATION OF THE COMMUNICATION EFFORTS OF THIS HEALTHY EATING AND ACTIVE LIVING COALITION
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PH-2BrookeHarrisonConverse CollegePublic HealthDETERMINING THE EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL SWEETENERS ON WEIGHT IN RATS
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RET-1HabibunnisaBegunMarion High SchoolRes Exp for Teachers (RET)Molecular Evidence Suggests Freshwater Polychaete, Manayunkia speciosa, is a Species Complex, not a Widely Introduced Exotic
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RET-2CharleneLewisCalhoun County High SchoolRes Exp for Teachers (RET)Intermolecular Interaction through the Application of Infrared Spectroscopy
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RET-3CrystalFlynnHanahan High SchoolRes Exp for Teachers (RET)Analysis of Light Absorption with a Spectrophotometer for Applications with the Pulse Oximeter
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RET-4JonathanDaftMyrtle Beach High SchoolRes Exp for Teachers (RET)Teaching Electrophoresis Separation
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2017 Student Abstracts