Discoveries in Bioimaging REU

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

2015 HIGHLIGHTS
Orientation

2015 REU participants at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, with their student mentors, the program coordinator and co-PIs.

Students in the 2015 Discoveries in Bioimaging REU at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign gather for a photo before orientation. The photo also includes UI student mentors and the UI Co-PIs Stephen Boppart, Abel Bliss Professor, Bioengineering (front row, far left); Andrew Smith, Assistant Professor, Bioengineering (back row, far right); and Marina Marjanovic, Adjunct Associate Professor, Bioengineering (second row, center, in yellow).

Work in the Lab

From left to right: Amirreza Saharkhiz, Susan Ojo, Maura Slattery, Casey Troccoli, Christian Konopka (graduate mentor), Tracy Ling.

From left to right: Amirreza Saharkhiz, Susan Ojo, Maura Slattery, Casey Troccoli, Christian Konopka (graduate mentor), Tracy Ling.

Travel to BMES

2015 REU participants at the Biomedical Engineering Society annual meeting in Tampa, October 7-10, 2015.

A group of 2015 Discoveries in Bioimaging REU students, accompanied by co-PI Marina Marjanovic (pictured here in the center), participated in the Biomedical Engineering Society (BMES) annual meeting in Tampa, Fla., October 7-10, 2015.

National Presentation

2015 REU participant Rachel White presents her poster at national REU symposium, October 25-26, Arlington, Va.

Rachel White, 2015 Discoveries in Bioimaging REU participant, was selected to present her research at the Research Experiences for Undergraduates Symposium, October 25-26, 2015, in Arlington, Va. The symposium was organized by the Council on Undergraduate Research, a U.S. non-profit organization that supports and promotes undergraduate research. The Council includes more than 900 member institutions of higher education. White was mentored during the 2015 REU at Illinois by Bioengineering Assistant Professor Princess Imoukhuede.

National Science Foundation logo.This program is supported by the National Science Foundation.