Irene Sun, Robert Johnson, Hana Moran, H. Lee Sweeney | GenomeWeb

Irene Sun, a 16-year-old from Indianapolis, has received a $25,000 Davidson Institute fellowship for her project, “Model-based Gene Expression Analysis of Synovial Cells Under Impulsive Shock.” The high school senior, who will enter Harvard University this fall, was one of 15 young scholars presented as Davidson Institute fellows, an annual coronation of some of the country’s brightest students. The 15 scholars receive fellowships ranging from $10,000 to $50,000 from the Reno, Nev.-based non-profit organization.


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