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Scientists and Interns Collaborate for the 2015 REU Program
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Congratulations to the future scientists who successfully completed the 2015 REU Intern program at the Danforth Center!
Scientists and Interns Collaborate for the 2015 REU Program, For 16 years, the Danforth Plant Science Center’s REU summer internship program has introduced undergraduate students to a rich, science already, but being a part of the REU program has made me realize how interested I am in molecular biology.” “I decided to apply to the REU program, because I heard great things about, of previous REU interns are pursuing degrees in science or working full-time in the field of science. “We
(UMSL Daily) REU internship at Danforth Center has UMSL student researching oilseed lipids for biofuels
https://www.danforthcenter.org/news-media/in-the-news/in-the-news-item/(umsl-daily)-reu-internship-at-danforth-center-has-umsl-student-researching-oilseed-lipids-for-biofuels
Lauren Jenkins was one of 20 students out of 237 applicants to land a summer position at the facility.
(UMSL Daily) REU internship at Danforth Center has UMSL student researching oilseed lipids for biofuels, Lauren Jenkins was one of 20 students out of 237 applicants to land a summer position at the facility. Read more., (Collection), (Collection)
New Staff in the Wang Lab!
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/sam-wang/lab-news/New-Staff-in-the-Wang-Lab!
The Wang Lab is happy to have REU Intern Michelle Tang, NSF REU Intern Allison Saettele, and STARS Intern Layla Foroughi in our lab this summer! We are also happy to have Netiggya Harsh (graduate student) and Melissa Wang working in our lab! Summer 2 ...
New Staff in the Wang Lab!, The Wang Lab is happy to have REU Intern Michelle Tang, NSF REU Intern Allison Saettele, and STARS Intern Layla Foroughi in our lab this summer! We are also happy to have Netiggya Harsh (graduate student) and Melissa Wang working in our lab! Summer 2011 Lab Photo , (Collection), (Collection)
Bart Lab Outing to Fitz's!
https://www.danforthcenter.org/scientists-research/principal-investigators/rebecca-bart/lab-news/bart-lab-outing-to-fitz's!
Bart Lab Outing to Fitz's!, The Bart Lab thanks summer REU students Amelia Hallworth and Joel Sher for all their hardwork! Nothing says "goodbye and good luck" like a root beer float! , (Collection), (Collection)
James Eckhardt Re-Joins the Zhang Lab
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We're excited to welcome back our Summer REU intern, James Eckhardt!
James Eckhardt Re-Joins the Zhang Lab, The Zhang Lab's first Summer REU intern, James Eckhardt, has returned to the lab after graduating Gustavus Adolphus College with a BS in Biology. James will be working as a technician and is excited to learn more about molecular biology techniques. Welcome back, James!, (Collection), (Collection)
Growing Our Scientific Community
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Welcome 2017 Summer Interns
the Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU). This 11-week intensive summer program combines hands, ." 2017 REU Summer Interns Jessica Adams, University Discover the REU 2017 by the numbers: • The Center is hosting 20 interns, applicants, quintupling the number since inception in 2003. • 15 interns were supported by REU, (non-REU); one intern received an individual fellowship. • 58% of the interns were from schools
Christine Diepenbrock
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Christine Diepenbrock joined the Allen lab in May 2011 as an NSF-REU summer intern. Christine is studying biology at Washington University with a concentration in molecular biology and biochemistry. She is originally from Raleigh, NC, and became inte ...
Christine Diepenbrock , Christine Diepenbrock joined the Allen lab in May 2011 as an NSF-REU summer intern. Christine is studying biology at Washington University with a concentration in molecular biology and biochemistry. She is originally from Raleigh, NC, and became interested in plants, genetic engineering, and patent law through the intersection of multiple courses at Wash. U. Christine is continuing the work started this summer on subcellular compartmentation and isotopic labeling
2011
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in the First Committed Step of Tetrapyrrole Biosynthesis NSF REU intern Christina Azodi Middlebury, , and isotopic labeling to assess subcellular metabolism in soybean embryos NSF REU intern Alex Goel Yale, of transgenic Arabidopsis lines expressing plant defensin MtDef4 to Fusarium graminearum NSF REU and Yale, Lab Mentor: Kevin Lutke Project: Cryopreservation of BY2 Cells NSF REU intern Correy Jones, characterization of a novel soybean endosperm promoter NSF REU intern Anne Kearney Connecticut College Dr
2012
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Science Foundation REU Program Jamil Baskett Fort Valley State University Jan Jaworski Lab, analysis Sponsored by the National Science Foundation REU Program Raven Bough University, optimization of the fusion enzyme 4CL::STS Sponsored by the National Science Foundation REU Program, of Action of Fungal Toxin KP6 Sponsored by the National Science Foundation REU Program Philip, Sponsored by the National Science Foundation REU Program Bruce Green Culver-Stockton College
Welcome to our Summer Interns
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We have two great interns working with us this summer:   Bruce Green, a student at Culver College, is joining our lab as part of the NSF REU program at the Danforth Center.    Bruce will be working with Greg Ziegler on association mapping of ionomic ...
Welcome to our Summer Interns, We have two great interns working with us this summer: Bruce Green, a student at Culver College, is joining our lab as part of the NSF REU program at the Danforth Center. Bruce will be working with Greg Ziegler on association mapping of ionomic traits in Maize as part of the Plant Genome funded Maize ionomics project. Aadaisia Stevens is a student at Gateway Institute of Technology High School in St. Louis and is joining our lab as part