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Institute of Environmental Sustainability

Carbon Fellow Recipients

Congratulations to the following students awarded the prestigious Michael and Dorothy Carbon Fellowship Program!

Current Carbon FellowsTermMentorsProjects
Jonathon Brenner 2013-2015 Catherine Putonti (Bioinformatics) and George Thiruvathukal (Computer Science) Unearthing Genomic Fossils of Symbiotic Relationships
Emily Cybulla 2013-2015 Daniel Becker (Chemistry) and Dali Liu (Biochemistry) Novel GabR Inhibitors as New Antibiotics for Cystic Fibrosis
Maxim Maron 2013-2015 Tham Hoang (Ecotoxicology), Kim Williamson (Physiology/Immunology), and Domenic Castignetti (Microbial Physiology) Screen of LOPAC using Flow Cytometric
Nicole Minalt 2013-2015 John Kelly (Microbial Ecology) and Aaron Packman (Civil and Environmental Engineering, Northwestern University) Characterizing the Ecology of Bacterial Biofilms within Municipal Drinking Water Distribution Systems
David Baltrusaitis 2012-14 Catherine Putonti (Bioinformatics, Biology) and John Kelly (Microbiology) CRISPs: A Hindrance to Viral Conquest
Mouneeb Choudry 2012-14 Daniel Becker (Chemistry) and Richard Holz (Chemistry) Synthesis of Potential Inhibitors of dapE Enzymes
Natasha Vyas 2012-14 Rebecca Silton (Psychology) and Amy Heineke (School of Education) Neural Correlates Associated with Executive Function Performance in Bilingual Individuals
Paul Wadsworth 2012-14 Dali Liu (Biochemistry) and Ken Olsen (Chemistry) Simulation Assisted Enzyme Engineering on N-Acyl Homoserine Lactonase, AiiA

 

Previous Carbon FellowsTermMentorsProjects
Miguel Barajas 2011-13 F. Bryan Pickett (Biology) & Catherine Putonti (Bioinformatics, Biology) Understanding Embryo Patterning: Fetal Alcohol Effects and the Roles and Regulations of the Gene Raldh2
Sheena Hussain 2011-13 Ken Olsen (Chemistry) & Karie Scrogin (Molecular Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Loyola Stritch School of Medicine) Development of Hemoglobin Nanoparticle as a Potential Blood Substitute
Krista Reiling 2011-13 Catherine Putonti (Bioinformatics, Biology) and Dali Liu (Biochemistry) Viral Evolution of Genomic Composition and Protein Structure 
Ashley Schon 2011-13 Stefan Kanzok (Biology) and Catherine Putonti (Bioinformatics, Biology) Stress Response as Survival Mechanism for the Human Malaria Parasite during Mosquito Transmission
Jennifer Gomez 2010-12 Daniel Becker (Chemistry) and John Kelly (Biology) Carbohydrate Microarray Synthesis for Pathogen Detection and Capture (Featured in the Endeavors, Loyola's research highlights distributed by Office of Research Services)
Srividya Prasad 2010-12 Jacob Ciszek (Chemistry) and Douglas Natelson (Physics and Astronomy, Rice University) Functionalization of Rubrene Crystals via Vapor Phase Reaction
Bryan Quach 2010-12 Catherine Putonti (Biology, Computer Science) and Stefan Kanzok (Biology) and Konstantin Laufer (Computer Science) Computational and Experimental Analysis of the Malaria Parasite's Gene Expression
Brian M. Sweis 2010-12 Louis R. Lucas (Biology) and Robert G. Morrison (Psychology) The Behavioral and Neurochemical Analysis of the Effects of Chronic Stress on Mental Health
Krishna Bharani 2009-11 Ken Olsen (Chemistry) and Miguel Ballicocra (Biochemistry) Allosteric Mechanisms of Effector Binding on ADP-glucose Pyrophosphorylase
Lauren Mogil 2009-11 Howard Laten (Biology) and Catherine Putonti (Computer Science) Experimental and Computational Analyses of Retrotransposon-associated Satelitte DNAs in the Genomes of Complex Organisms
Emily Peterson 2009-11 John Kelly (Microbiology) and Richard Holz (Chemistry) Development of a Bacterial Community Microarray
Laurel Yohe 2009-11 Louis Lucas (Biology) and Duke Han (Psychology) The Behavioral and Neurochemical Analysis of the Effects of Stress on Aggressive Behavior
Donald Jonker 2008-10 Howard Laten (Biology) and Tom Gallagher (Microbiology and Immunology) Expression and Function of Genes from the Soybean Retroelement SIRE1
Gennadiy (Gene) Katsevman 2008-10 M. William Rochlin (Biology) and Timothy O'Brien (Mathematics / Statistics) Does Eph/Ephrin Signaling Contribute to the Divergence of Sensory Nerves During Embryonic Development?
Alyssa Kuschel 2008-10 Ken Olsen (Chemistry) and John Olson (Biochemistry, Cell Biology) Rice University The Effects of Mutations on Oxygen Binding to Myoglobin: Computational and Experimental Studies.
Michal Olszewski 2008-10 Nancy Tuchman (Biology), Pamela Geddes (Biology), Shane Lishawa (Biology), Alanah Fitch (Chemistry), and Daniel Larkin (Chicago Botanic Garden) Effects of Invasive Plant Species on Wetland Denitrification and Greenhouse Gas Emissions.
April Williams 2008-10 Catherine Putonti (Computer Science, Biology) and Kimberly Williamson (Biology) Methods for Recognizing the Adaptation of Pathogens to Host.
Martin Bezener 2007-09 Martina Schmeling (Chemistry), Martin Buntinas (Mathematics), David Treering (Geographic Information Systems) Air Quality studies in Chicago
Christine Falaschetti 2007-09

Ken Olsen (Chemistry, computational modeling) and Miguel Ballicora (Biochemistry) Molecular Mechanisms for the Control of Starch Production in Plants
Frank Garcia 2007-09 Ken Olsen (Chemistry) and Michael Mardent (Biology, INSERM, Paris, France) Computational and Experimental Studies of Oxygen Binding to Neuroglobin
Tanya Grancharova 2007-09 John Kelly (Microbiology), Pamela Geddes (Wetland Ecology), and Timothy O'Brien (Mathematics and Statistics) Impacts of an Invasive Plant Species on Nitrogen Cycling Bacterial Communities in Freshwater Wetland Sediments

Highlighted Carbon Fellow Research 

Undergraduate Carbon Fellow, April Williams, has her research highlighted in "Becoming an Independent Thinker," Endeavors, Summer 2010, Issue 2, pg. 10.

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