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San Antonio Chapter Recognizes Excellence at Science and Engineering Fair

1 July 2017 19 views No Comment

The San Antonio Chapter sent judges to the 2017 Alamo Regional Science and Engineering Fair, held at St. Mary’s University on February 24, to help select those senior division projects that showed excellence in the use of statistical methods.

The San Antonio Chapter presented the following awards at the ceremony:
 

First Place and $125 Sandra Moon, Lady Bird Johnson High School “A Genetic Polymorphism in the PCSK9 Gene Associated with a Rapid HIV Disease Progression Among European- and Hispanic-Americans”

First Place and $125
Sandra Moon, Lady Bird Johnson High School
“A Genetic Polymorphism in the PCSK9 Gene Associated with a Rapid HIV Disease Progression Among European- and Hispanic-Americans”

 

Second Place and $75 Adithya Mummidi, Keystone Upper High School “Gene Expression Profiles of Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue, Skeletal Muscle Tissue, and White Blood Cells in Pre-Diabetic and Normoglycemic Mexican-American Individuals”

Second Place and $75
Adithya Mummidi, Keystone Upper High School
“Gene Expression Profiles of Subcutaneous Adipose Tissue, Skeletal Muscle Tissue, and White Blood Cells in Pre-Diabetic and Normoglycemic Mexican-American Individuals”

 

Third Place and $50 Isuru Somawardana, Keystone Upper High School  “Utilizing Cardiac and Pulmonary Function to Power a Pacemaker”

Third Place and $50
Isuru Somawardana, Keystone Upper High School
“Utilizing Cardiac and Pulmonary Function to Power a Pacemaker”

 

Judges, from left: (front row) Vincent Spadafore, Howard Monroe, and Jared Schettler (back row): John Schoolfield, Michael Mader, Danny Sharon, Steve Zinkgraf, and Jesus Cuellar-Fuentes

Judges, from left: (front row) Vincent Spadafore, Howard Monroe, and Jared Schettler (back row): John Schoolfield, Michael Mader, Danny Sharon, Steve Zinkgraf, and Jesus Cuellar-Fuentes

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