CSEF Category Awards: 2019
Microbiology (Medical)

Junior Division


Awards Ceremony photo to come

J1611 — First Place
Nathaniel S. Shin, Grade 8 portrait
Using Cu, Fe, ZnO, and AgNO3 Microparticles as Antibacterial Agents to Create Inhibition Zones on DH5a E. coli Cultures
Advisor: Mrs. Ruth Gramajo
School: Portola (Gaspar de) Highly Gifted Magnet Middle School, Tarzana, Los Angeles County
J1608 — Second Place
Charlotte E. Myers, Grade 8 portrait
Identification and Characterization of Novel Potential Antibiotics Targeting Bacterial Motility
Advisor: Dr. Eric Rasmussen
School: Temecula Preparatory School, Winchester, Riverside County
J1602 — Third Place
Courtnie Bui, Grade 8 portrait
Honey, I've Found a Solution! The Antibacterial Properties of Manuka Honey against S. epidermidis and S. salivarius
Advisor: Mr. John Briner
School: Fairmont Private Junior High School, Anaheim, Orange County
J1606 — Fourth Place
Maryam Ismail, Grade 6 portrait
Eliminating the Zit: Finding an Effective Treatment in Exterminating Bacteria
Advisor: Mrs. Zeba Haq
School: Granada Islamic School, Santa Clara, Santa Clara County

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