2011 Intel ISEF Winners

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2011 Intel ISEF Winners Announced

May 13, 2011 Los Angeles, CA

 
 
Congratulations to the students and teachers, mentors and schools!
 
  Project Title Category Awards Special Awards
Teacher Barjinder Sabherwal , Evergreen Valley High School, San Jose, California     The Agilent Teacher Award presented to a teacher of an Intel ISEF Finalist. This award will be presented to the teacher who has best proposed how they would use the funds to support their professional development in the sciences and further their support of students in independent research.
Brian T. Do, 16, Silver Creek High School, San Jose, California. CB017 Genes on Steroids: RNA Activation-Mediated Gene Upregulation in C. elegans.   AVASC-Ashtavadhani Vidwan Ambati Subbaraya Chetty Foundation Award. First Award of $1,000 U.S. savings bond
Stacey A. Huang, 17, Evergreen Valley High School, San Jose, California. ET042 The Effect of Washout Designs in Swept and Tapered Wings on the Location of Flow Separation during Stall.   Air Force Research Laboratory Award. First Award of $3,000
Revanth S. Kosaraju, 17, The Harker School, San Jose, California. CB010 A Novel Perfusion-Based Protocol for Decellularization of Adipose Tissue on a Bioreactor.   U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Society. First Award of $200
Andrew Liu, 17, Henry M. Gunn Senior High School, Palo Alto, California. EN022 Accounting for Cross-talk between Signaling Pathways Identifies Novel Model for Early and Late Post-transplant Acute Rejection. Second Place Category Award of $1,500 in Engineering: Materials & Bioengineering.

The American Statistical Assoc . First Award of $1,500

and

The International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE)   Certificate of Honorable Mention

Alexander S. Powers, 16, Bellarmine College Preparatory, San Jose, California. CH015 Investigation of Ideal Conditions to Retain Ascorbic Acid in Common Cooking Methods. Fourth Place Category Award of $500 in Chemistry. Agilent Award. Paid summer internships at an Agilent site that aligns with the student and his/her background.
Shubha S. Raghvendra, 17, Saint Francis High School, Mountain View, California. ME068 Effects of Diabetes Mellitus on Vasculogenesis Capacities of Mesenchymal Stem Cells Third Place Category Award of $1,000 in Medicine & Health Sciences. Endocrine Society Award. Second Award of $500
Weishuang Linda Xu, 17, Lynbrook High School, San Jose, California PH064 Light Curve and Orbital Analysis of Amor Asteroid 2000NF5. Third Place Category Award of $1,000 in Physics & Astronomy  
Angela Zhang, 16, Monta Vista High School, Cupertino, California. ME054 New Smart Weapons: Theranostics-- A Novel NanoMedicine Approach to Combat Cancer. First Place Category Award of $3,000 in Medicine & Health Sciences

American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists Award. First Award of $2,000.

and

American Physiological Society Award. Second Award of $1,000

and

Full tuition scholarship to Drexel University in Philadelphia, PA.

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