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The Forgotten Cure - Part 2 (Ch. 5-8)
After reading chapters 5-8 in The Forgotten Cure, I was surprised by the advancement of phage therapy around the world and how it is affected by the political climate in a country as well as people’s varying perceptions on using this type of treatmen (More)
The Forgotten Cure - Part 3
Prompt 2:  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is one of the United States federal executive departments in charge of protecting people's public health and safety. One of the most frustrating problems associated with the FDA is the regulations tha (More)
4/26/17 Day 21: Independent Research Project
Name: Caroline Addison Date: 4/26/17 Rationale of Today’s Work: We met for over 6 hours on Tuesday to analyze our data and determine consensus sequences across the different programs used, and then we compiled our data into a powerpoint. Today (More)
4/24/17 Day 20: Independent Research Project
Name: Caroline Addison Date: 4/24/17 Rationale of Today’s Work: After meeting over the weekend, we used MEME results to compare to Softberry putative promoter sequences for the phages it analyzed. We each took separate clusters (I had AK) and w (More)
4/19/17 Day 19: Independent Research Project
Name: Caroline Addison Date: 4/19/17 Rationale of Today’s Work: After meeting a few times over Easter weekend, we realized that Arthrobacter was not ideal to use for this research project since the genome was too long and there isn't much resea (More)
4/12/17 Day 18: Independent Research Project
Name: Caroline Addison Date: 4/12/17 Rationale of Today’s Work: Chrissy, Christina, and I continued to research our project. Tools Used/Methods: Microsoft Word, Google Docs, SoftBerry BPROM Results: We will incorporate BPROM from Softb (More)
4/10/17 Day 17: Independent Research Project
Name: Caroline Addison Date: 4/10/17 Rationale of Today’s Work: Chrissy, Christina, and I are in the independent research project together, and we thought about what topics we could research after our experience at LeTourneau. Tools Used/Met (More)
4/5/17 Day 16: LeTourneau Symposium
Name: Caroline Addison Date: 4/5/17 Rationale of Today’s Work: Chrissy, Daniel, and I will present our research on Saturday at LeTourneau. We reviewed everything for the poster, and our final result is pictured below. Tools Used/Methods: Pos (More)
4/3/17 Day 15: LeTourneau Symposium Abstract
Name: Caroline Addison Date: 4/3/17 Rationale of Today’s Work: I am in a group with Chrissy and Daniel to present our research at LeTourneau. We got together and wrote an abstract (with Lathan's help, thankfully!!) for our gap exploration for p (More)
3/29/17 Day 14: URSA Scholars Week Presentation
Name: Caroline Addison Date: 3/29/17 Rationale of Today’s Work: Christina, Jake and Niharika and I presented Figure B at URSA during our time slot. Tools Used/Methods: Poster Presentations Results: More)
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