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From research into military veteran mental health and violence and stigma within the LGBTQ+ community to research in the fields of microbiology and Alzheimer’s disease, each of us offers a unique perspective on our experiences.

We will highlight the breadth of knowledge and skills acquired during our experiences. First, we will explore how perceived support in intimate partner relationships impact loneliness among military veterans that have experienced high levels of combat exposure.Then, we will delve into the experience of participating in a qualitative research lab and provide you with a concise overview of the various techniques employed for identifying and studying antibiotic-resistant infections. Lastly, we will discuss how we can use a nematode as a model system for Alzheimer’s research and how intricately our neurons are regulated.

Join us as we share our diverse experiences, aiming to inspire others with similar interests into the realms of research.

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Speakers:

  • Ciella Puterbaugh '25, Psychology and Philosophy double major
  • Jiayi Shen '24, Psychology & Education major
  • Mariam Baig '24, Biological Sciences major, Chemistry minor
  • Khushi Panchal '25, Biological Sciences and Psychology double major

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  • Kim Sawyer-Wheeler
  • Yiru Wang

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