Angela Velázquez on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 11/19/2020

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My name is Angela Velázquez, a Junior double majoring in Molecular & Cellular Biology and Neuroscience and Cognitive Science with a minor in Spanish. I conduct Alzheimer’s Disease research in Dr. Robert Díaz Brinton’s Lab with her wonderful team of

What Do Students Get Out of UBRP?

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Each year, it takes approximately $30,000 to provide our most financially challenged UBRP students with federal work-study research positions during the academic year. Currently, 17 out of our 100 UBRP students are in work-study positions for the the 2020-21 academic

Alumna Denice Warren Ross to Give Keynote Address at 32nd Annual UBRP Virtual Conference

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Denice Warren Ross, Senior Fellow at the National Conference on Citizenship and a Fellow at Georgetown University’s Beeck Center for Social Impact and Innovation, will give the keynote talk at the 32nd Annual UBRP Virtual Conference on Saturday, January 23,

Amanda Ruelas on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 11/5/2020

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My name is Amanda Ruelas and I am currently a senior here at the University of Arizona, where I am majoring in Molecular and Cellular Biology, with a minor in Biochemistry. Through UBRP, I get to do research in Dr.

Madison Mollico on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 10/29/2020

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My name is Madison Mollico, but everyone calls me Madi. This year, I am a senior at the University of Arizona. In spring, I will be completing my bachelor’s degree in biochemistry, as well as minors in microbiology and chemistry.

Connexins and the Heart

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Connexins are proteins that form connections between cells in the heart. How are these impacted when the heart receives no oxygen? Find out from Diego Silva-Mendoza, a researcher in Dr. Janis Burt’s lab, in a 5-minute presentation on his research.

RNA-Directed DNA Methylation (RdDM)

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RdDM is involved in many cellular processes and might have implications as a defense mechanism for plants against bacterial pathogens and in genetic engineering. Learn more about RdDM from Maya Bose, a member of Dr. Rebecca Mosher’s lab, in a

Higher Level Pain Modulation

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What causes the brain to experience chronic pain? Find out from Angela Smith, an American Society for Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics Summer Undergraduate Research Fellow and member of Dr. Todd Vanderah’s lab, in a 5-minute presentation on her research.

Matt Huntley on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 10/15/2020

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My name is Matt Huntley and I’m a senior at the University of Arizona majoring in Pharmaceutical Sciences with a minor in Biochemistry. I’m doing my research in the lab of Dr. Catharine Smith in the College of Pharmacy. The

Logan Porrazzo on KXCI’s “Thesis Thursday” – 10/8/2020

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My name is Logan Porrazzo and I am a senior at the University of Arizona. I am currently a triple major studying general biology, plant sciences, and Italian. I first got into research at the end of my sophomore year