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Nadine Manase

Nadine Manase is junior from Tanzania, majoring in Biomedical Sciences and minoring in Francophone studies. Her love for research and aspiration to use science to solve current global issues led her to conduct summer research with Dr. Patrick Lutz with the goal of developing new sustainable plastics. On campus, Nadine is a Community Assistant, a General Biology TA, General Chemistry TA and a member of Agape Club.




Kanonkela Kazembe Chibwe

This is the MOF,PCN-222(H2) that i synthesized and worked with during the summer

MOF PCN-222(H2)

I had a great time doing my research.

My name is Kanonkela and I am a junior from Chienge, Zambia majoring in Biomedical Sciences, and minoring in Chemistry and Public Health. I have always loved doing research and contributing to the science world, and this made me take up the opportunity when it presented itself. I have continued doing the research into this fall.

Megan Nolan

Megan Nolan '25 is majoring in Biomedical Science, minoring in Chemistry, and aspires to work in the dental field. She helped assist in procedures performed by a general dentist, a prosthodontist, and a periodontist. In a future internship, she will be working with an orthodontist. After graduation, she plans to apply to dental school and eventually specialize in prosthodontics. 

Ellie Stannard

Ellison (Ellie) Stannard, Class of 2025, is a Public Health and Biomedical Science double major on a pre-medical track. She is interested in the complex relationships between the biological and social factors that shape the practice of health care and contribute to health outcomes on the individual and community levels. These interests led her to research at Dartmouth Health intended to improve the care of female patients and destigmatize women's health issues.