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2005 New York City Science and Engineering Fair (NYCSEF) Finalists

Posted on Sunday, April 24, 2005 by for Awards, NYCSEF.

Congratulations to the 15 Midwood students that were selected to advance to the second round of NYCSEF. On March 15, semi-finalists will compete for cash, prizes and a chance to represent NYC at the 2005 International Science and Engineering Fair in Pheonix, AZ from May 7-13, 2005.

  • Genna Ableman & Maya Barsky (ISEF contestants)
    In Vitro Simulation of Immunological and Biochemical Attack on Pancreatic Cancer-specific Antigen, PaCa-Ag1
  • Kristina Arthurs
    Antennular Grooming Behavior in the Spiny Lobster, Panulirus argus
  • Alina Genis
    Haymaker Gene Expression in Normal and Malignant Cells: Effect of Cell Growth
  • Munif Hussain
    Structural Basis of 3-Hydroxy-3-Methylglutaryl Coenzyme A Lyase (HL)
  • Jerard Kneifati-Hayek
    Evaluation of Recommendation of the 99th Percentile of the Reference Normal Troponin I
  • Sanjay Konakondla
    The Effective Expression of SDF-1Alpha (CXCL12) and CXCR4 (fusin) in Glioblastomas
  • Lena Liang
    Crystal Structures of Multidrug Resistance Regulator NorR
  • Geeta Malieckal
    Can Murine MCMS Functionally Replace a Subunit in the Yeast Replication Helicase (MCMS 2-7)
  • Fatima Manzoor
    Identifying Genetic Polymorphisms Present in the LDL Receptor, apoB and apoE Gene in a Caribbean Hypercholesterolemic Population
  • George Payyapilli
    Expression of Stat1 and Vaccinia VH1
  • Olga Pikovskaya
    Structural Studies of Metabolite-Sensing Messenger RNA
  • Anna Tse
    Psychoanalyzing Drawings by Students to Measure Agression
  • Karen Yee & Min Zheng
    Targeting Estrogen, Iron, and Their Receptors for a More Effective Chemoprevention