CSSF Category Awards: 2017
Mammalian Biology

Junior Division


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J1315 — First Place
Vaishnavi Ventrapragada, Grade 8 portrait
Hypertension in Children Based off of Ethnicity: Prevalence, Causes, and Prevention
Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Gillum
School: Marshall (Thurgood) Middle School, San Diego, San Diego County
J1301 — Second Place
Sae H. Ackerstein, Grade 6 portrait
The Seals of Elkhorn Slough: How Close Is too Close?
Advisor: <none acknowledged>
School: Mission Hill Junior High School, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County
J1303 — Third Place
Olivia J. Cevasco, Grade 7 portrait
Diabetes, A Bloody Mess: Non-Invasive Glucose Testing
Advisor: Miss Hannah Cevasco
School: Sea Crest School, Half Moon Bay, San Mateo County
J1308 — Fourth Place
Kirsten E. Killian, Grade 8 portrait
Pawsitively Predominant! Do Dogs Have a Dominant Paw?
Advisor: Ms. Koren Nydick
School: Three Rivers Union School, Three Rivers, Tulare County
J1307 — Honorable Mention
Heather L. Halog, Grade 6 portrait
Can You Hear Me Now?
Advisor: Mr. Don Scott
School: Cain (E.V.) Middle School, Auburn, Placer County
J1314 — Honorable Mention
Evelyn Tran, Grade 7 portrait
Push-Pull Dynamics: The Effect of Pushing Muscles to Failure on Successive Exercises
Advisor: Mr. L Howard
School: Talbert (Samuel S.) Middle School, Huntington Beach, Orange County

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