Current Students

BAQUIER, JOCELYN

BAQUIER, JOCELYN

Major: Biochemistry Specialization
Status: Sophomore
Barry Research Mentor: Dr. Xiaotang Hun
Research Project: Molecular Mechanisms responsible for Nocodazole and Ly294002 induced growth inhibition of hepatocytes and hematopoietic cells.
Email: jocelyn.baquier@mymail.barry.edu


Cordero, Diana

Cordero, Diana

Major: Biology and Chemistry
Status: Junior
Barry Research Mentor: Dr. Tamara Hamilton
Research Project: Porphine synthesis using mechanochemical techniques
Summer Research Site: Dauphin Sea Lab Institute, Dauphin Island, AL (2015); University of Miami, FL (2016)
Email: diana.cordero@mymail.barry.edu


Gabriela Hernandez

Hernandez, Gabriela

Major: Biology
Status: Sophomore
Barry Research Mentor: Dr. Brenda Schoffstall
Research Project: Tissue changes during wound healing in wild type Danio rerio
Summer Research Sites: Barry University (2015); University of Missouri-Columbia, MO (2016)
Email: gabriela.hernandez@mymail.barry.edu


JONES, MARISSA

JONES, MARISSA

Major: Biology
Status: Sophomore
Barry Research Mentor: Dr. Stephanie Bingham
Research Project: Paternal Role of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
Email: Marissa.jones@mymail.barry.edu


Joshua Kellyz

Kelly, Joshua

Major: Biology
Status: Senior
Barry Research Mentor: Dr. Stephanie Bingham
Research Project: The effects of ethanol exposure to DNA methylation in Zebrafish embryos Micro
Summer Research Sites: University of Missouri-Columbia, MO (2015); Vanderbilt University, TN (2016)
Email: josh.kelly@mymail.barry.edu


Livingston, Kamren

Livingston, Kamren

Major: Biology
Status: Senior
Barry Research Mentor: Dr. Leticia Vega
Research Project: Genetic screen to identify alleles of Yku80 that may interact with Pif1p
Summer Research Sites: University of California San Diego, CA (2015); Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA (2016)
Email: kamren.livingston@mymail.barry.edu


Sanchez, Pedro

Sanchez, Pedro

Major: Biology
Status: Senior
Barry Research Mentor: Dr. Leticia Vega
Research Project: Characterization of the viability of wild-type and cdc13-1 in log and stationary phase.
Summer Research Sites: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, AR (2016)
Email: mpedro.sanchez1@mymail.barry.edu


Telusma, Bertina

Telusma, Bertina

Major: Biology
Status: Senior
Barry Research Mentor: Dr. Petrino-Lin
Research Project:Polycomb 2 Expression pattern during zebrafish development: in situ hybridization study
Summer Research Sites: University of Missouri-Columbia, MO (2014); Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA (2015): Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA (2016)
Email: bertina.telusma@mymail.barry.edu