Undergraduate Research. A highlight of my undergraduate research experiences was working with Dr. Harold A. Mooney on an Honors Thesis entitled "Heterogeneous leaf form in redwood". By locating recently-fallen redwood Sequoia sempervirens trees in their natural habitat, I collected leaves along the boles of three trees from heights of 17 m up to 77 m above the ground.
Honors | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Thanks to my research directions of neuroengineering and creating systems to help people in third world countries, I have had many amazing opportunites to speak about my work and be funded to continue my work. Listed below are a subset of the publicity and scholarships that I have recieved. Will be uploaded to Stanford Libraries soon. Had a 2.
Stanford undergrads awarded for honors theses
In my thesis project, I will be examining cotton sourced from Uyghur concentration camps in Xinjiang, China. Over U. Because of China - U. By examining the success of NGO work and brand pressure in curbing Uzbekistan's child labor cotton problem, I will explore if a similar strategy could be applied to Xinjiang. The culmination of this project will be a policy recommendation.
Students will learn to apply univariate and multivariable methods using Stata software to either their own data or data from publicly available sources. Carnegie Mellon Pittsburgh, Pa. A collaboration between The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute including the Strasser groupGenentech, and AbbVie led to the development of the BCL-2 inhibitor Venetoclax, which is approved for treatment of refractory chronic lymphocytic leukemia. I would have lost if I had had taken the bet. Lim has held numerous leadership positions and served on training and education committees for the Association of Molecular Pathology and the United States Academy of Pathology.