FannieNoaRyanLike every year, this summer we hosted students seeking their first or additional research training. Fannie Meroth is a student from the Catholic University of Lyon, France interested in biology, biochemistry, and biotechnology. She joined us for a 4-month research internship to put what she learned at her University to practice.

Like every year, this summer we hosted students seeking their first or additional research training. Fannie Meroth is a student from the Catholic University of Lyon, France interested in biology, biochemistry, and biotechnology. She joined us for a 4-month research internship to put what she learned at her University to practice. He mentor in the lab is Dr. Luc Bertrand and the collaboration is progressing very well. Fannie already learned a lot of techniques and is actively helping Luc with the experiments on HIV-mediated impact on stroke development. They even enjoy conversations in French. Fannie joined the laboratory at the end of May and will stay until the end of September. She wants to continue research experience during her next internship in a biotech laboratory.

Noa deHaseth is an incoming sophomore at the University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY. Her major is biomedical engineering. She joined our laboratory in July only for one month; however, she plans to come back next year. We will be happy to welcome her back.

Ryan Sedagat is a high school student from Phillips Academy Andover in Andover, MA. Ryan developed interest in studying medicine after being invited to attend the National Congress of Future Medical Leaders and taking Immunology and Physiology courses online at Harvard’s Medical School. He is also interested in medical research and will conduct a year long project on the effects of traumatic brain injury in the growing brains of children and adolescents. Ryan started his interns.

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