$$ Summer Research in Chemistry $$          American Chemical Society                Project SEEDOver 40 years ago the Ame...
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  1. 1. $$ Summer Research in Chemistry $$ American Chemical Society Project SEEDOver 40 years ago the American Chemical Society established a program of chemicalresearch for high school students who come from families who are economicallychallenged. The program has been functioning at the University of Notre Dame for thelast three years and is expanding this year to include 10 students from area high schools.We are currently soliciting participants for the coming summer – 2013. Each student willwork for 8 weeks on a project mentored by a researcher at the University of Notre Dameor the IU School of Medicine – South Bend. The summer stipend is $2500.Student Qualifications • Come from a family whose annual income is less than two times the federal poverty level. (A copy of the family income tax return will be required for participation.) • One year of high school chemistry with good grades. • A chemistry teacher’s recommendation • A willingness to be on the job and work diligently each day.Summer Project Titles (Your teacher has expanded project descriptions) • The Use of Modern Proteomics and Mass Spectrometry Techniques to Aid Chemical and Biomedical Research • Preparation and Characterization of Human Membrane Proteins • Synthesis of Nanocatalysts • Nonclassical Redox Catalysts • Activating Inert Organic Molecules • Formation of Hyperbranched Polymers • Evaluating the Anti-cancer Potential of a Compound Library • Immunochemistry of Cells and Tissues Treated with Chemotherapeutic Agents • The Contribution of ZNF217 to Breast Cancer • Drug Resistance in Ovarian CancerFor further information, talk to your chemistry teacher and contact one of the followingfor an application form. Dr. Philip Bays: pbays@saintmarys.edu Dr. Mary Prorok: mprorok@nd.edu

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