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Cosmos Scholars Awards Recipients—2012




Alexis Boyd George Washington University Development of an in vitro model of invasion by the infective L3 of Brugia malayi in human skin.
Habiba Chirchir George Washington University How does running influence trabecular morphology in mice limb joints? A proxy for understanding the evolution of efficient running  
Joel J. Credle Georgetown University The Unfolding of Parkinson's Diseases.  Potential Novel Therapies Through Inhibition of the Unfolded Protein Response.
Samantha N. DeTillio George Mason University Discovering Charles J. Connick: Commission
Contracts, Business Correspondence and Stained Glass Windows of Boston and New York  
Isha Dube Georgetown University Understanding the gas sensing mechanism in
Carbon Nanotube Field Effect Transistors
Ashley D. Franklin University of Maryland College Park Genotypic determination of the putative NF-ºB binding site within the promoter region of the SAA1 gene locus in cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) 
Walter P. (Trip) Glazer Georgetown University Sentimental Social Practices: The Role of Emotion in Social Reasoning
Michael T. Hallworth ** George Mason University Quantifying migratory connectivity for a Neotropical migratory bird using direct and indirect techniques
Nell Haynes American University Political Struggles:
The Representation of Politics in Bolivian Lucha Libre
Courtney Hofman University of Maaryland College Park Ancient Biological Invasions? Hunter-Gatherers, Paleogenomics, and 'Endemic' Mammals of California's Channel Islands
Kyle Huynh George Washington University Gamma-irradiated Sterile Cornea(R) for Use in
Penetrating Keratoplasty: A Novel Approach
Cheng Man Lun George Washington University Potential novel marine biomedical reagent: Innate immunity and the antibacterial proteins from the Purple Sea Urchin
Laura T. O'Hara George Mason University 'If the City Burns Tonight, I'm Holding You Responsible:' Black Power, White Conservatives, and the Alexandria Civil Disturbances, May 29June 9, 1970
Dilip Venugopal Pattabhiraman University of Maryland College Park Landscape influences of spatio-temporal patterns in an invasive agricultural insect pest
Michelle A. Peck * George Washington University Development of a proximity ligation real-time PCR (PLiRT-PCR) assay for the forensic detection of spermatozoa
Karen E. Poole George Washington University Phylogenetic Systematics of Basal Iguanodontians
Kathryn Ranhorn George Washington University The Archaeological Context of early Homo sapiens in southeastern Tanzania
Elizabeth H. Searcy George Washington University Campaign for Victory: Trauma and Desegregation in Jacob Lawrence's War Series
Richard S. Smith University of Maryland College Park Photo-guided Mapping of Olfactory Neural Circuitry
Andrew W. Thompson George Washington University The Evolution of Diapause in Annual Killifish
Patricia M. Washington Georgetown University Reversing ApoE Genotype-Specific Susceptibility to Alzheimer's Disease Pathology after Traumatic Brain Injury
Alexis M. Zimberg Georgetown University Proposal to Conduct Follow-Up Field Research in the Russian Federation During the 2012 Election

* Henry H. Work Science Award
** Max and Vera Britton Environmental Science Award

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