Online presentations for the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program

AvenueE Students Present at Vertically Integrated Projects Program

On June 2nd, 2021, AvenueE students presented at the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program. The online event provided an opportunity for undergraduate students to present their research. The following AvenueE students participated in the event:

  • Stephan Alfaro, The Use of Rice as a 3D Scaffold to grow Bovine Cells for Cultured Meat Production
  • Alejandro Armas, Refactoring and Tooling for ResilientDB Platform
  • Anelise Cho, Exploration in Surface CRN Swap Reactions Through DNA Strand Displacement
  • Joakin Ejie, Environmentally Controlled Invasion of Therapeutic Bacteria for the Treatment of Cancer
  • Nathan Hines, Haptic Device Research
  • Samuel Demissie, Identifying Autism at Early Age Via Machine Learning

Watch the recording of the presentations below:

AvenueE presentations begin at 32:30


Established in March 2016, the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) Program coordinates with AvenueB and AvenueE to create a team-based environment for undergraduates to work with Ph.Ds, postdocs and faculty members. The program offers inter- and multi-disciplinary research opportunities and provides an immersive, collaborative and flexible learning environment.

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