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Precious-Gold Akpadija was selected as an IN LSAMP Scholar in 2022. Currently, she is seeking a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. As an LSAMP Scholar, Ms. Akpadija is working with Dr. Kasey Clear. Ms. Akpadija is a member of the National Honors Society for IU South Bend, a member of the RHA Club, and the Le club français de IUSB. Ms. Akpadija hopes to graduate in 2023 and attend medical school to pursue a Doctorate degree.
Amanda Feder was selected as an IN LSAMP Summer Research Scholar in 2022. Currently, she is seeking a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences at IU South Bend. Ms. Feder is working with Dr. Grace Muna on developing a sensitive electrochemical method to determine cortisol in biological samples. Ms. Feder is involved in 20 clubs and programs at IUSB, most notably the IU South Bend Honors Program, Student Government Association, and National Society of Leadership and Success at IU South Bend. After she graduates in 2023, she plans to attend medical school.
Antonio Garcilazo was selected as an IN LSAMP Summer Research Scholar in 2022. Currently he is seeking a BS in Informatics with a focus in Web Development. Antonio is working with Dr. Hakimzadeh and Dr. Adaikkalavan on an ongoing research about iScheduler (Intelligent Scheduler). He expects to graduate in 2023.
Ms. Hiba Majeed was selected as an IN LSAMP Summer Research Scholar in 2022. Currently, she is seeking a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences, with a minor in Chemistry. As an LSAMP Scholar, she is working with Dr. Grace Muna to investigate how the order of bismuth and antimony deposition affects the electroanalytical performance of antimony/bismuth glassy carbon modified electrodes in detecting lead and cadmium. Ms. Majeed hopes to graduate in 2024 and plans to pursue medical school.
Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation. IN LSAMP is supported by NSF Award Number: HRD-1618408, 2016-2022
Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry