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 Marine Biomedicine and Environmental Sciences | MBES Students | Emily Allen

Emily Allen

Research Interest:
My first rotation will be with Dr. Spyropolous; I will be working on a continuation of my summer project involving the generation and utility of hepatocyte-like cells from pygmy sperm whale (kogia breviceps) induced pluripotent cells.   I am interested in conducting assessments of toxicity and examining how marine organisms accumulate and metabolize organic and anthropogenic contaminants.

Publications, presentations, meeting attended:

Emily M. Allen1, Annalaura Mancia, Danforth A. Newton, John E. Baatz, Demetri D. Spyropoulos. Generation and utility of hepatocyte-like cells from pygmy sperm whale (Kogia breviceps) induced pluripotent stem cells. Poster presented at: MBES Student Research Open House (SROH) July 16th, 2010, Fort Johnson, SC.

Allen, Emily1, Black, Karen1, L. Sautter2. 2010. Bathymetric analysis of submarine canyons to assess morphological variations and their possible origins. Poster presented at: 2010 Academy of Sciences Meeting, Charleston, SC.

Allen, Emily1, L. Sautter2. Seasonal Morphologic Variations in Globerigina bulloides Observed from Sediment Trap Samples Collected in the Equatorial Atlantic off the NW Coast of Africa. Poster presented at: 2010 Ocean Sciences Meeting; 2010 February 22-26; Portland, OR.

Honors and Awards:

Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need (GAANN) Fellow 2010

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Assistanceship 2011

Trainee in Oceans and Human Health Program 2010

Emily Allen

Emily Allen

Education:
BS College of Charleston, Honors College

Year Matriculated: 2010

allenem@musc.edu


 
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