Category Archives: HTH Biotech grad students

HTH grad student in the Field: Celeste Byers

Celeste Byers has become an amazing artist. Back in her HTH days, Celeste contributed some beautiful sketches for the book San Diego Bay: A Story of Restoration and Exploitation. Since then she has traveled the world and along the way … Continue reading

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HTH grad student in the field: Brittney Nguyen

Brittney Nguyen, a Stanford University junior presented her honors thesis research project at the Microbial Pathogenesis and Host Response meeting at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory in September.  The title of Brittney’s poster was “The Effect of Diet Restriction on Antimicrobial … Continue reading

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HTH Grad Student in the field: John Horn

John Horn was a science fair award winner, lead contributor and GIS master for the book Perspectives of San Diego Bay: A Field Guide.  He has just finished his masters at Stanford University.  Above, he is pictured  in Google’s Entrepreure competion … Continue reading

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Congratulations Dr. Chory!

Congratulations to HTH ROP Biotech Advisory Board Member, HTH Science Fair judge, and HTH Internship Mentor, Dr. Joanne Chory who  received a Genetics Society of America Medal.  Dr. Chory is director of the Salk’s Plant Molecular and Cellular Biology Laboratory and … Continue reading

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HTH grad student in the field: Natalie Holt, Panama

Natalie Holt (HTH ’10) Natalie Holt (HTH ’10), forestry major at UC Berkeley is currently conducting mangrove research in Panama with Dr. Wayne Sousa under an NSF grant.  Natalie was an editor of the HTH San Diego Bay Study book … Continue reading

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HTH grad students in the field: Blake English, Air Swimmer

While working on the first book, “Two sides of the Boat Channel,” in the HTH San Diego Bay Study we discussed ways to sample plankton in the Bay while being on shore with a class.  Student Blake English (HTH ’06) … Continue reading

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HTH grad student in the field: Alex Bozzette, Tanzania

Alex Bozzette is interested in medicine, politics and travel.  He was part of the first HTH African Bushmeat Expedition.  As a rising senior at Georgetown University Alex decided to travel around the world studying Multidrug-resistant Tuberculosis (MDR-TB).  He is keeping a … Continue reading

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HTH grad student from the field, Amber Moore, N.I.H.

Amber Moore gained some experience in biomedical science as an HTH intern at the VA Hospital and the Salk Institute.  After graduating from Bryn Mawr Amber has been doing cancer research at the National Institutes of Health in Maryland.   Soon … Continue reading

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