Vanessa Wyche, Deputy Director of the Johnson Space Center, speaks with (from left to right) Amara Gordon ‘19, Princilla Minkah ‘21 and Jolene Bernagene ‘19 before delivering her keynote address at the E.E. Just Spring Banquet.
E.E. Just Undergraduate Fellows receive two years of funding to support their research under the direction of a Dartmouth faculty member. Shown here are (from left to right) Prof. Sutton, and some of our current fellows, Camilo Toruno ’20, Folasade Akinfe ’20, Melanie Kanine ’20, Rafael Rosas ’20.
Dr. Odette Harris ’91 (Prof. of Neurosurgery and Director of Brain Injury, Stanford University), speaks with students in the E.E. Just Program, Health Professions Program and Geisel Medical School. Dr. Harris is the first African-American female tenured professor of neurosurgery in the United States.
(Photo credit: Lars Blackmore)
Understanding Alzheimer’s Disease
Jared Boyce ’16, a former E.E. Just Scholar, spoke to students at the Science Forum about the research he’s conducting on Alzheimer’s disease with a team at Mount Sinai’s Icahn School of Medicine.