More from the Student Research Fellows!
“I learned a lot about the bioengineering department at the University of Washington. I honestly never thought I would even have a slight interest in engineering, but today really sparked an interest for me. I leaned about the great research that’s going on at the UW.” -Sina
“Human trials are a long, difficult process, and even though they are long a difficult they value justice and fairness.” -Justice
“The rat activity was fun to do and it told a lot about how well-treated the animals are and how strictly followed the regulations are.” -Christopher
“Cn3D! A new “video game” to play with at home to see some proteins” -Laurence
This week in the Student Fellows Program, we’ve visualized proteins using Cn3D, visited the University of Washington’s Department of Bioengineering, learned about clinical trials at the HIV Vaccine Trials Network, toured Institute for Systems Biology, learned about lab rats from the VA Puget Sound Health Care Systems, and toured PATH…
It has been an interesting and fun week! Throughout the program, the students have been engaged, positive and have asked excellent questions. What a great group!
Thank you to all of our amazing hosts and tour guides!