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Course Highlights

Featuring Some of our Students' Best Works

In our courses, we engage students in weekly group presentations where students collaborate to develop an innovative and comprehensive research proposal based on the week's topic. The top middle school and high school presentations will be featured here to highlight the novel ideas from our young students.

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Cancer Presentations of the Week Winners

Middle School

Characteristics that Dictate When and How Cell Autophagy Occurs in Cancer Cells

High School

What are the Roles of EMT Inducing Transcription Factors in Programming Malignant Traits in Tumors?

Diabetes Presentations of the Week Winners

Middle School

Developing Diabetes from Respiratory Illnesses and Viruses

High School

The Effect of Enteroviruses on Diabetes

Honorable Mentions

How Can We Trigger Pancreas Regeneration After Pancreas Scarring from Respiratory Diseases

COVID-19 and Diabetes: Preventing Diabetic Ketoacidosis

Immunology Presentations of the Week Winners

Middle School

Immunology - Multiple Sclerosis

High School

Kawasaki Disease

Honorable Mentions

Experimental Therapeutic Treatment for Lyme Disease

How can we develop stronger therapeutic treatments for Narcolepsy Type 1?

Neuroscience Presentations of the Week Winners

Middle School

Mad Cow Disease- a Drug Based Approach

High School

Epilepsy- the Three Seizure-Stopping Advances Method

Honorable Mentions

Using Stem Cells as a Treatment for Cerebral Palsy

Huntington's Disease and the Use of Anti-psychotic Drugs

Regenerative Medicine Presentations of the Week Winners

Middle School

Utilizing Thymic Regulatory T Cells (tTreg) to Suppress Immune Response in Type 1 Diabetes

High School

Stem Cell Treatments for Heart Murmur Induced Aortic Sclerosis