URSA

The Undergraduate Research Student Association (URSA) is a Baylor student organization that promotes undergraduate research in the sciences. Twice a year, they hold an event where students can present posters over what he or she has been doing in lab. They also provide funding for undergraduates, so that the students can have graduate level research experiences. These experiences allow students the opportunity to see what research is all about and his or her own interest in research.

Previous Members:

Stephanie Fontenot (Spring 2013)

Presentation:

Fontenot, Stephanie; Miladi, Mahsan; Solouki, Touradj. Probing the Structural Variations of a Metal Complexed Model Peptide using Post Ion Mobility Collision Induced Mass Spectrometry. Baylor University Summer Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Achievement, Waco, Texas.

Brett Harper ( Summer and Fall 2012)

Presentation:

Harper, Brett; Zekavat, Behrooz; Solouki, Touradj. Human Neutrophil α-Defensins as Potential Stress Biomarkers. Baylor University Summer Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Achievement, Waco, Texas.

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