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2024 INBRE Undergraduate Research Symposium

The INBRE Program Meeting and UG Research Symposium was held on April 19, 2024, was a great success with students expanding upon their academic activities. A special thank you to all the students, faculty, staff and volunteers who contributed to the success of the program! Students, we hope you enjoyed the experience of networking with your peers, listening to the discussion by the panel of professionals, and presenting your poster. We had many faculty comments about the impressive quality of research and the manner of professional presentation – INBRE students you did yourself proud!

Symposium Photos
(Courtesy of JABSOM Media Team)

INBRE Poster Winners

INBRE Leadership has selected the top 6 posters to represent Hawaii-INBRE for the NIH IDeA Western Regional Conference in Anchorage, Alaska in February 2025. The INBRE Program will follow-up with the poster winners to inform students of further details.

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First Place

Emily Andrist
Natural and Computational Sciences, Hawaii Pacific University
Abstract*
Title: Genki Balls, A Form of Bioremediation: A Controlled Laboratory Experiment


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Second Place

Yuewen Ding
Tropical Medicine Department, John A. Burns School of Medicine
Abstract*
Title: Production and Characterization of Pre-Fusion Ebola Virus GP2 Expressed in Drosophila S2 Cells for Analysis of Vaccine-Induced Immune Responses


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Third Place

April Iwatani
Department of Tropical Medicine, Medical Microbiology, and Pharmacology, UH Manoa
Abstract*
Title: Development of Lateral Flow Assay for Marburg Virus Detection


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Fourth Place (tie)

Jacob Ha
Department of Tropical Medicine, Kapiolani Community College
Abstract*
Title: Bridging Ancient Past with Modern Immunity:  Exploring the Evolution of Antibody Diversity


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Fourth Place (tie)

Lauren Grigat
Molecular and Cellular Biology, and Medicine, Center For Cardiovascular Research, UH Manoa

Abstract*
Title: Lineage Tracing TCF21 Visceral Smooth Muscle Across the Alimentary and Female Genitourinary Systems


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Fifth Place

Michelle Grill
Department of Tropical Medicine, UH Manoa
Abstract*
Title:  SELENOI in B cell Immunity: A Transcriptomic Analysis


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