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Student Interviews

State of North Carolina Undergraduate Research and Creativity Symposium
17 November 2012, Duke University
Wake Forest College Student Presenters

Lauren Peters

Lauren Peters: “Evaluating Rural Cancer Survivors’ Initial Response to a Mailed Survey Regarding Cancer-Related Follow-Up Care”

Majors: Psychology and Religion

Advisor: Kathryn Weaver, Wake Forest Medical School


Caroline CulpCaroline Culp: “Symbols of Womanhood: Martha Riddick Pruden’s 1820s Watercolor”

Majors: Art History and History

Advisors: Morna O’Neill, Art History and Jake Ruddiman, History



Curtis BloomerCurtis Bloomer: “Iron-Sulfur Cluster Assembly and Transport to Apo-aconitase in the Bacillus Subtilis SUF System”

Major: Chemistry

Advisor: Patricia Dos Santos, Chemistry


Ade IlesanmiAde Ilesanmi: “Power to the People: Assessing a Community-Based Approach to Implementing Water Filter Use in Rural Nicaragua”

Major: Biology

Advisors: Dr. Steven Giles, Communication and Dr. Laura Parajon, AMOS Health and Hope (Managua)


Alex PronkoAlex Pronko: “Going out for a Bite: How the Mangrove Rivulus Kryptolebias Marmoratus leaves the water to capture terrestrial prey”

Major: Biology

Advisors: Miriam Ashley-Ross, Biology and Benjamin Perlman, Biology


Lorna DevkotaLorna Devkota: “Understanding the Source of Multinucleated Amniotic Cells”

Major: Biology

Advisor: Patricia Wilson, Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine



Bryce Lambert

Bryce Lambert: “Characterizing the Roles and Limitations of the Prefrontal and Parietal Cortices in Visual Working Memory”

Major: Chemistry

Advisor: Christos Constantinidis, Neurobiology and Anatomy, Wake Forest School of Medicine


Matt WhitmillMatt Whitmill: “Effects of a Drug Treatment on the Locomotory Behavior of Drosophila with a Fragile-X Mental Retardation Gene Mutation”

Major: Biology

Advisor: William Connor, Biology