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Computation and Research in Data Science

East Tennessee State University

Student Activities

Student participants in the ETSU SMART-in-Math program presented their work at the annual meeting of the Midsouth Computational Biology and Bioinformatics Society held in Little Rock, Arkansas. The program was funded by the National Security Agency and Drs. Ariel Cintron-Arias and Debra Knisley were the co-investigarors. Three posters were presented:

1.  ANALYZING THE PROTEIN-PROTEIN INTERACTION NETWORK OF TNF-ALPHA

by Alan Amaya, Kelley Magill, and Lakiesha Jackson

2. MATHEMATICAL MODELING OF DIABETES

 by Jessica Lang, Samuel Torres , Alan Amaya and Kelley Magill

3.  QUANTIFYING THE EFFECTS OF A SINGLE POINT MUTATION ON THE CFTR PROTEIN TO IDENTIFY DRIVERS OF PANCREATIC INSUFFICIENCY

by Lindsey Wright, Aquil Jones, and Janet Cervantes

 

 

 

Lindsey Wright

Poster Presentation

MCBIOS 2017

 

 

 

Kelley Macgill and Alan Amaya

Poster presentation

MCBIOS 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Jessica Lang

Poster presentation

MCBIOS 2017

 

 

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The students also participated in the undergraduate STEM symposium hosted by the National Institute for Mathematical and Biological Synthesis (NIMBioS) at the University of Tennessee.

 

From left to right

 

Dr. Cintron-Arias, Lakeisha Jackson, Samuel Torres, Lindsey Wright, Janet Cervantes, Jessica Lang, Kelley Mcgill, Alan Amaya and Aquil Jones

 

Visiting NIMBioS for the Student Research STEM symposium

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