Student Team Research Posters
All FRI students present their research posters at campus events. Each cohort presents two posters, representing two projects, the first developed in the fall freshman Research Methods Seminar, and the second representing their results from the research they proposed in the spring freshman course and then conducted in the fall sophomore course. These posters are presented at a public session at the annual FRI Research Day in December. At that event, each student team has an opportunity to talk with faculty and other students about their research results.
Cohort AY2017-18 in Fall 2017, as freshmen (pre-proposal stage)
- Borrelia burgdorferi Invasion and Lyme Disease Symptoms
- A Genetic Study of Prehistoric Migrations in Anatolia
- Genetics of Bone Mass Density
- Genetics and Linguistics in Bougainville
- Impact of Lyme Disease Co-infections
- Gene Language Co-Evolution in New Ireland
Cohort AY2016-17 in Fall 2017, as sophomores (research results)
- Prevalence of The Lyme Disease Spirochete in The Reservoir And Vector in Upper Susquehanna River Basin.
- Human Settlement History of Southern Coast of Papua According to Mitochondrial DNA
- Human Settlement History of Papuan Highlands According to Mitochondrial DNA
- Mitochondrial DNA Diversity in Northern and Western Iranian Populations
- Association Between Mutations in LCT Gene And Lactase Persistence
Cohort AY2016-17 in Fall 2016, as freshmen (pre-proposal stage)
- Prevalence of the Lyme Disease spirochete, Borrelia burgdorferi, in the reservoir and vector in Upper Susquehanna river basin.
- Human settlement history of Papua New Guinea and Australia according to mitochondrial DNA
- Genetic matrilineages of Iran and Turkey