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Cordelia Keberle

Cordelia Keberle '24 is a Neuroscience major and Chemistry minor at St. Lawrence University. She is a member of the St. Lawrence swim team, the SLUSAFF treasurer, and the president of the Tri Beta Biology Honors Society. Cordelia pursued her passion for research this past summer working on a collaborative project between the Cellular and Molecular Physiology Department and the Pediatric Genomic Discovery Program at the Yale School of Medicine. 

Maryam (Sofia) Zareizadeh

Maryam (Sofia) Zareizadeh '26 from Fasa, Iran. While she has not officially declared her major, she has to double major in Neuroscience and Performance and Communication Arts, following the pre-med track.

Talya Scott

Talya Scott, ’23, has a major in Neuroscience and minors in Public Health and Chemistry. Her time spent working in a nursing home and interest in medicine led her to pursue a research project testing a potential treatment for Parkinson’s Disease in a C. elegans model. After completing this summer research project, she plans to continue her research as an SYE to further expand her own and the scientific community’s understanding of this disease.

Sajida Bibi

I am Sajida from Gilgit, Pakistan. I am a member of the Class of 2024, majoring in Behavioral Neuroscience with a minor in Statistics at St. Lawrence University. Previously, I did my International Baccalaureate from UWC Costa Rica. At SLU I am involved at various leadership roles like community assistant, student worker at the Launder's Science Library, Intern at the Language Resource Center and Student Researcher. I am interested in research that focuses on behavior analysis in the lab, hence working as a student researcher in the Experimental Analysis of Behavior (EAB) Lab with Dr.

Svetlana Kononenko

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The photo presents a young female student in black sweater, working at the bench countertop and holding 15 mL centrifuge tubes. The student performs a routine  washing procedure for C. elegans maintenance.
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Thanks for the continuous effort of Ana Y. Estevez, Ph.D., in maintaining pictorial laboratory records. 

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Routine embryo isolation is a routine part of worm farmers. 

Dr. Estevez Lab (2021) St. Lawrence University 

Being raised by a single mother in a provincial Russian town, I am adept at setting goals and striving to achieve them, despite the challenges I have encountered. As a minority within my own country’s administrative division, Adygea Republic, I have always strived for diversity and inclusion of identities, experiences, and ideas. With such a mindset and a strong passion for natural sciences, I sought opportunities to enrich my scientific environment and learn from the expertise of an international community.

Nick Lin

Nick Lin, class of 2023, is majoring in Neuroscience following a pre-medical track. His research interest encompasses the biological aspects of the medical field. During this project, Nick further explores his interests by examining the immune system of albino frogs. He is looking forward to furthering this research and eventually publishing it officially. Down the road, he plans to pursue a career as a physician. 

Martina Velásquez Lemaitre

Martina Velásquez Lemaitre, class of 2024, is majoring in neuroscience and minoring in public health. Her passion for how science can be applied to solve public health matters and improve people's quality of life across the world motivated her to conduct summer research with Dr. Amanda Oldacre on the Electrochemical and Spectroelectrochemical Analysis of Catalytic Plastic Degradation in 2022 at St. Lawrence University and to shadow and volunteer at the SAINTS-PERES Paris Institute for the Neurosciences in 2023. 

Noah Neverette

Noah Neverette, '21, is a Neuroscience major and Creative Writing minor. His fellowship in Summer 2020 provided him with the opportunity to combine his interests in science and writing to create an educational story, something he would like to do as a career. He hopes to be able to take complicated science topics that affect everyone and turn them into something educational, personable, and interesting.

Andy Hims

Hi there! This is Andy Hims, class of 2021. When Andy had first intended to major in Neuroscience, he was primarily interested in consciousness and how it arose from the cluster of cells and fat in our head. However, as he progressed through college, he obtained a deeper sense of mindfulness and appreciation of the world around him. The beauty of simply existing captivated him, but it also served as the ultimate memento mori and the ultimate motivation to continue studying the sciences. Since then, he has brought unparalleled passion and drive to research how to combat and slow aging.

Mabelin Garcia De La Rosa

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Mabelin Garcia De La Rosa

Mabelin Garcia De La Rosa is a junior in the class of 2020 double majoring in neuroscience and economics. She aspires to work in the medical field in the future and was driven by this goal to complete her project on racial disparities in healthcare. The topic of disparities in healthcare is one that is not new in the U.S. and has become a topic of interest particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic. Mabelin believes it’s important to have a well-rounded understanding of the medical field so she can think about the role she will play as a medical practitioner.

Aseman Bagheri Sheshdeh

Aseman Bagheri Sheshdeh, class of 2022 majoring in neuroscience and mathematics with a minor in chemistry. Aseman is preparing for pursuit of a career in healthcare involving research. This research is a literature review of the COVID-19 virus with focus on its influence on public health. As such, the research has been of great value and resource which has been a guide for better performance in roles such as community assistant and SLU Emergency Medicine Services Staff.