Research Projects

Examples of Proposals
Adam Long (GELH '13) spent his summer working to develop a genetically encodable linker that undergoes photo-cleavage and dissociation upon irradiation with light, to read his proposal, click here...

Katelyn Arbruster (GELH '13) concentrated on improving the health of local food pantry participants by bringing access to nutritional, organic food to their tables through the development of a fresh food and nutrition education program for families dependent on free food, to read her proposal, click here...             

Elissa Miolene and Alyssa Morrow (GELH '13) traveled to Ghana to learn firsthand about children's health and healthcare in this underdeveloped country, to read their proposal, click here... 

Examples of Deliverables
 Wai-Tim Chew (GELH '12) traveled to a remove village of Magambua in Tanzania, Africa to observe the differences between rural Tanzanian health care and US healthcare, to see his presentation "Life of a Medical Doctor in Tanzania," click here...

Daniela Rossi (GELH '12) focused on improving the health of seniors in Bethlehem;s Hispanic Center by creating a sustainable gardening initiative, to view her presentation "Hispanic Senior Center Garden," click here...

Sonoko Nakasato (GELH '12) worked towards the development of a novel platform to evaluate cell responses to the combination of fluid flow and substrate morphology, to review her final report "Cell Responses on micro-patterned substrate."Cell Responses on Micro-patterned Substrate," click here...

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