Mission and Goals
The UBRP Ambassadors are student representatives for the Undergraduate Biology Research Program. We also act as liaisons of the program to the University of Arizona and Tucson community. The Ambassadors aim to strengthen the UBRP community by providing a number of opportunities for students to interact with each other and with others outside the UBRP community. The UBRP Ambassadors aim to enrich the undergraduate research experience for the program’s students and help them understand the importance of being engaged with the community as scientists.
2018-2019 UBRP Ambassadors
Tiffany Cho, President
Major: Neuroscience & Cognitive Science
Research: Mapping CCK-induced neural activity with CEA PKC-delta neurons
Professional Goals: Medical school and research.
I love learning new things, making music, reading, and the outdoors!
Andrew Alamban, Secretary
Major: Molecular and Cellular Biology/Mathematics
Research: Investigating the Properties of the Truncated Isoform of the Gap Junction Protein, Connexin 37
Professional Goals: Teaching and Medical Research
When not seen trying to attempt science, I’m usually seen trying to convince people that the Star Wars prequels are good.
Jason Juang, Treasurer
Research: Exploring the Effects Different Compounds Have on Behavioral Phenotypes in ALS
Professional Goals: Dental Research (DDS/PhD)
UBRP Ambassadors’ Past Events:
- Tie dyeing lab coats
- Cake walk/annual picnic
- Science and Politics Panel
- Know Your Propositions
- HHMI Luncheon
- Holiday Party
- Finding Your Mentor Presentation
- Potluck Party