Each Biography in this series includes three classes of documents that have been generated by Senior undergraduates at Haverford College. These projects were generated during the Spring semester of their Senior year. In general, the central document is an annotated PDF of an original article. From this document you can navigate to a Power Point guide to the paper and feature articles about the research including an interview with the principle investigator.

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Click on the experiment titles to access the annotated PDFs and their accompanied documents. Learn about the students behind these projects by clicking their name.

of Article

Article title

Haverford Student

Molecular & Cellular Biology/Biochemistry



Inhibitors of strand transfer that prevent integration and inhibit HIV-1 replication in cells (Hazuda et al, 2000)

Nina Salinger '07

Major Biology, Minor Chemistry

Identifying the start site for protein translation (Steitz and Jakes, 1975)

Emily Hinchcliff and Taylor Sundby

Biology Majors '08

Mutational analysis of the start site for protein translation (Jacob, Dahlberg and Santer

Taylor Sundby and Emily Hinchcliff

Biology Majors '08

AIRE and autoimmunity (Diane Mathis/Christophe Benoist, 2001) Christen Fornadel,
Biology Major '04
Sorting of Protein A to the Staphylococcal Cell Wall Olaf Schneewind, Peter Model, and Vincent A. Fischetti, 1992 Faith Wallace-Gadsden,
Biology Major '05
Protein folding and amyloidosis (Christopher Dobson/Mark Pepys, 1997) Katie Hart,
Biology Major '04



On the Psychology of Prediction (Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky), 1973

Andrew Armstrong, '05

The melanocortin-1 receptor gene mediates female-specific mechanisms of analgesia in mice and humans. Susannah Locke,
Biology Major with a Minor in Psychology, '05

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