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2017 Research Apprentice Program

Vermillion, SD - SD BRIN's  Research Apprentice Progrm (RAP) began its 33rd year providing research experiences in working labs to first-generation, low-income students on June 5, 2017.  The program began with a SD BRIN/SPURA sponsored Responsible Conduct of Research Training presented by Dr. Barbara Goodman.  Three students from Wagner Community High School were accepted to the program: Margaret Barnett, Madison Mora, and Joi Zephier.  Cobe Siedschlaw was the one student accepted from White River High School.  Two of the students worked in Basic Biomedical Sciences labs, one student worked in a Chemistry lab, and one student worked in both a Basic Biomedical Science lab and a Biology lab.  The students ended their RAP summer experience with final presentations of their research on Friday, July 7.  Below are the titles of the 2017 Research Apprentice Program Final Presentations:

  • "Fluorescent Spectrometry" by Cobe Siedschlaw
    "Measuring the amount of Ovalbumin in Vaccines" by Madison Mora
  • "Investigating Insect Microbiomes: The Wolbachia Story" by Margaret Barnett
  • "Role of Ø in RGG Mediated Protein/Toxin Production" by Joi Zephier
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