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Irvington HS Science Symposium Showcases Student Research

Photo Credit: Irvington School District

IRVINGTON, N.Y. – Irvington High School held its 11th annual Science Research Symposium recently, where sophomores, juniors and seniors presented their science research projects.

This year's speaker at the May 19 event was local resident and Fordham University assistant professor of physiology Lisa Sarran-Armogarn, who spoke about her ongoing biomedical research with stem cells.

Two seniors, six juniors and 18 sophomores took part in the program, culminating in this symposium.

SUNY Albany gave accreditation to the program and the Irvington Education Foundation helped fund the symposium by giving students the materials for their final project, including the poster board needed for each presentation.

The 26 underclassmen gave presentations, while 18 incoming freshman were welcomed into next year's program.

The group of presenters and program directors posed for the accompanying picture.

Top row: MyungSeo Yoon, Isabella Vendramin, Nora Burkhardt, Elizabeth Wang, Dorian Barber and Jacob Hrbek.

Second row: Emma Castiblanco, Kieran Sullivan, Jordan Sahawneh, Miranda Jacobsen, Ryan Meng-Killeen and Will Felix.

Third row: Nia Lee, Cleo Davidowitz, Dillion Palmieri, Remy Mermelstein, Evan Pickar, Eric Moss, Zoe Mermelstein, Avani Saggi, Naomi Mayoya and Sweta Narayan.

Bottom row: Science Research program directors Geraldine Winterroth (left) and Nadia Parikka (right), Ariel Pekelis and Ethan Tardio. (Not pictured: Max Ziluck.)

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