CSSF Category Awards: 2008
Pharmacology/ Toxicology

Junior Division


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J1534 — First Place
Sarah C. Wyman, Grade 7 portrait
SpiSEA: The Search for an Environmentally Friendly Solution to Toxic Paints
Advisor: Mrs. Cherie England
School: Shorecliffs Middle School, San Clemente, Orange County
J1520 — Second Place
Jorie A. Moore, Grade 8 portrait
Testing the Toxicity Level of Different Residues Produced by Various Aquatic Environments
Advisor: Mrs. Diane Loflin
School: Quail Lake Charter School, Clovis, Fresno County
J1506 — Third Place
Sean V. Callero, Grade 7 portrait
Glassy Winged Sharpshooter: Wrath of Grapes
Advisor: Mrs. Diana Maiorca
School: Los Cerritos Middle School, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County
J1523 — Fourth Place
Victoria Nguyen, Grade 8 portrait
Static Charge Distribution: A Plant Growth Revolution
Advisor: Mrs. Kellie Marcarelli
School: Pershing (John J.) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1515 — Honorable Mention
Jaclyn M. Hirbawi, Grade 7 portrait
Effects of Aerosol Sprays on Drosophila melanogaster Reproduction and Mortality
Advisor: Mrs. Roxanne Hunker
School: Rhoades (The) School, Encinitas, San Diego County
J1522 — Honorable Mention
Suchita Nety, Grade 7 portrait
Impact of Nanoparticles on Human Analogs
Advisor: Mrs. Sarah Thaler
School: The Harker School, San Jose, Santa Clara County
J1532 — Honorable Mention
Rebecca Su, Grade 8 portrait
How Do Electromagnetic Fields Affect Plants?
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County

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