Students present research at 6th Annual NURDS
The 6th Annual Northeast Undergraduate Research and Development Symposuim (NURDS 2014) was held at the University of New England in Biddeford, Maine. The conference was open to all undergraduate students in the New England region and Atlantic Canada, engaged in independent research in all fields including life sciences, natural sciences, humanities, or social sciences. The following Merrimack College students either presented a poster or gave a talk:
Identifying Inhibitors for the Treatment of Histoplasmosis- Molly McKenna; Allison Connors (Honors); Brianna O’Donnell (Honors)
Using Covalent Inhibitors to Target DprE1in Mycobacterium Tuberculosis - Kristin Anderson
Synthesis of Covalent Sorafenib Analogs- Arjan Nekoie
HDAC2 inhibition using FDA approved compounds: influencing memory - James Callens
Using Fluorogenic Probes to Detect Tuberculosis -Judy Nguyen; Camila PachonPosada
Investigation the Effects of Environmentally Realistic Herbicide and Pharmaceutical Expose on Hormone Concentrations in Fish - Edward O’Mara
When the conference participants were asked about their experience at the conference:
- Edward O’Mara replied, “The conference was a great experience because it allowed us to see what other undergraduates at different schools were doing for research.”
- James Callens replied, “I thought that the conference was a great experience! Along with presenting my own research, it was very pleasing to meet with multi-national students and the plethora of studies being done. If I had another chance, I would certainly attend the conference again.”
- Briana O’Donnell replied, “The NURDS conference was a great experience. I personally think this helped me build my confidence and my public speaking skills. I was able to present the research I worked on this past summer and learn about other projects students from all over have been working on.”
For more information about the NURDS 2014 conference please visit: www.une.edu/nurds/
Amie Begin presented her research, “The Slump Test” at this years NURDS Conference.
Undergrads present research and creative projects at the Research and Creative Achievement ConferenceNearly 400 Merrimack students will present their research and creative projects at the First Annual Merrimack College Research and Creative Achievement Conference on Thursday, May 5, 2016 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. in the Lawler Rink in the Merrimack Athletics Complex and the Blue Line Club in the Merrimack Athletics Complex.