Best Wishes to the following PREP Scholars who entered graduate school in the Fall of 2017!
Carolina Robles – City College of New York
Verodia Charlestin – Notre Dame
Cori Fain – Mayo Clinic
Lennel Camuy – The Ohio State University
Nicole Lama – University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Cheyenne SunEagle – University of Kansas
Welcome 2016 – 2017 PREP scholars!
From left to right: Carolina Robles, Verodia Charlestin, Cori Fain, Josh Selbe, Lennel Camuy, Nicole Lama, and Cheyenne SunEagle
Best Wishes to the following PREP Scholars who entered graduate school in the Fall of 2016!
Justin Preddie - University of Kansas
Aidyn Medina - University of Kansas
Mukui Mutunga - University of Kansas
Francisca Acosta - University of Texas at San Antonio
Yemimah King - Purdue University
Azel King - University of Missouri at Columbia (Fall 2017)
Best Wishes to the following PREP Scholars who entered graduate school in the Fall of 2015!
Matthew Medina –University of Michigan
Thomas Salazar – University of California, Davis
Dianarys Hernandez-Aquino – University of Kansas
Aleah Henderson – University of Kansas
Brent Cook – University of Kansas
Scott LaBrie – University of Kansas
Adolfo Gomez – University of Michigan
Best Wishes to the following PREP Scholars who will be entering Ph.D. Programs in the Fall of 2014!
Randi Cheatham - Child and Adolescent Psychology, Florida International University
Maureen Connolly - Geography, University of Wisconsin
Simon Kelow - Molecular Biophysics, University of Pennsylvania
Jessica Lackey - Environmental and Natural Resources, University of Minnesota
Diana Medina - Immunology, University of Puerto Rico Medical Science Campus
Isaac Nzuki - Psychology, Southern Illinois University
Sarena Senegal - Chemistry, University of Kansas
Publications by Current and Former PREP Scholars
Adediran, S., Day, T., Sil, D., Kimbrell, M., Warshakoon, H., Malladi, S. & David, S. (2009, September-October).Synthesis of a Highly Water-Soluble Derivative of Amphotericin B with Attenuated Proinflammatory Activity. Molecular Pharmaceutics. 6(5): 1582-90.
Begay, B., Alexander, H.M. & Questad, E. (2011). Effect of Mid-Summer Haying on Growth and Reproduction in Prairie Forbs. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 114(1-2): 108-114.
Kimbrell, M.R., Warshakoon, H., Cromer, J.R., Malladi, S., Hood, J.D., Balakrishna, R., Scholdberg, T.A., & David, S.A. (2008, April). Comparison of the immunostimulatory and proinflammatory activities of candidate Gram-positive endotoxins, lipoteichoic acid, peptiodoglycan, and lipopeptides, in murine and human cells. Immunology Letters. 118: 132-114.
Koontz, J. (2006). Physiological studies on a new isolate of the gut fungus, Smittium culisetae (Trichomycetes: Harpellales), from wetland mosquito larvae, Aedes vexans (Diptera: Culicidae). Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science. 109(3/4): 175-183.
Preston, J.C., Martinez, C.C. & Hileman, L.C. (2011, January). Gradual disintegration of the floral symmetry gene network is implicated in the evolution of a wind-pollination syndrome. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108(6): 2343-2348.
Wacker, M.J., Kosloski, L.M., Gilbert, W.J.R., Touchberry, C.D., Moore, D.S., Kelly, J.K., Brotto, M.B. & Orr, J.A. (2009, September). Inhibition of thromboxane A2-induced arrhythmias and intracellular calcium changes in cardiac myocytes by blockade of the IP3 pathway. Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics. 331(3): 917-24.
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