This collection contains posters from the LSAMP Scholars Summer Research Institute which offers eligible undergraduate students the opportunity to conduct research under the guidance of a faculty mentor.
The Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) is a federal program funded through the National Science Foundation (NSF).The Southern Nevada Northern Arizona (SNNA) LSAMP is led by the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. SNNA‐LSAMP’s goal is to increase substantially the number of STEM baccalaureate degrees earned at colleges and universities in the region by students from historically underrepresented minority (URM) groups (specifically, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, American Indians, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians and Native Pacific Islanders).
Submissions from 2019
Testing Protocols for Surveying Captive Limulus polyphemus Microbiomes, Fabian Leija and Sean A. Neiswenter Dr.
Adsorption of Methylene Blue and In-situ Reactivation of Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) with Ozone, Christina Obra, Tran Xuan Vu, Meena Ejjada, George William Kajjumba, and Erica J. Marti
Literature Review: Biocement for Stabilization of Expansive Soils in Las Vegas, Nevada, Silva Topchyan and Moses Karakouzian
Submissions from 2018
Vancomycin Delays Clindamycin-Induced Fatality in the Hamster Model of Clostridioides [Clostridium] Difficile Infection, Amelia E. Fox-King, Chrisabelle Mefferd, Jacqueline R. Phan, Nancy O. Nou, Ernesto Abel-Santos, and Brian P. Hedlund
Systematic Review on the Effects of Climate on Auditory Bullae Size in Geographically Overlapping Perognathus Species, Sirima Lavangnananda and Sean Neiswenter
Effect of Larval Starvation on Lipid Content of Drosophila melanogaster Over 15 Days, Fabian Leija and Allen Gibbs
Identification of CHST9 as A Candidate Gene for Schizophrenia from Whole Genome Sequencing, Christopher Sharp, Jingchun Chen, Marvi Moreno, Mahtab Hamid, Francisco Servin, Bita Bashy, and Travis Mize
Physician Communication Attitudes and Success in Patient-doctor Communication Amongst Medical School Students, Silva Topchyan, Priyanka Joshi, and Hananeh Derakhshan
Reaction Optimization of Pyrazinoquinoxaline Based Organic Semiconductor with Cruciform Shape, Marco Valverde Paredes and Dong-Chan Lee