Scholars representing Maryland schools presented their findings at the 2015 MBGR @ JHU Poster Session conducted on Sunday, May 22, 2016 in Mudd Hall on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus. Over 200 MBGR high school teachers and students, parents, guardians, University faculty and project staff attended. Congratulations on the accomplishments made by all of the students and teachers involved in the 2015 program. A .pdf of Dr. Vershon's presentation can be found here.
The Waksman Student Scholars Program (WSSP) provides opportunities for high school students and their teachers to conduct an authentic research project in molecular biology and bioinformatics and publish their findings. This is a year-long program that begins each year with summer Institutes for teachers and one or two of their students. It continues back at each high school during the academic year, when more students can become involved in the research project. In the course of these studies, students, teachers, and research scientists work together on a genuine research problem. By actually doing science, students gain an understanding of how science operates and are encouraged to continue their education and careers in a science discipline. A video of an overview of the WSSP can be found here.
Access to the files and videos on this web site now require the username and password you used to register on the 2016-2017 version of DSAP. Login information for the 2015-2016 will no longer work. If you are participating in the 2016-2017 WSSP please use the 2016-2017 WSSP Project version of DSAP to register. If you are still working on clones from 2015, please go to the 2015 version of DSAP. We will continue to review and submit sequences from 2015-2016 over the next four months.