Category Archive: Alumni

Jan 10

Magnet Grad Meghal Sheth Published!

CHS/MST Magnet grad Meghal Sheth, class of 2015, was published this week in the journal of Future Microbiology, receiving a co-author credit for her recent work exploring the Zika virus and human pregnancy at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, Missouri. Read the online article via the link here: To Zika and destroy: an …

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Feb 13

CHS Science Oly Triumphant at Cal Berkeley!

Students from CHS (and many from the MST Magnet) traveled this past weekend down to Cal Berkeley to participate in the Golden Gate Science Olympiad Invitational, which is led by previous S.O. national medalists and students from Stanford and Cal Berkeley, including our very own Jon Bartlett (CHS/MST ’15), currently studying bio-engineering at Stanford (’19). …

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Dec 05

MST Alumna Anna Roche Published!

Congratulations to CHS/MST Alumna Anna Roche (’16) for her co-author credit on a recently published study (Dec. ’16) in the Journal of the Association for Research in Otolaryngology (JARO). Roche worked on this study at WSU Vancouver in Dr. Allison Coffin’s lab, throughout high school, as part of her internship work in the MST Magnet …

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May 04

Magnet Alum Pathak (’15) Published in Science Magazine

2015 CHS/MST graduate Reesab Pathak recently received a co-author credit in an article published in the February 2016 issue of Science. Much of the work he contributed to this study was based off the internship experience he had through the MST program at OHSU. Congratulations, Reese. Mr. Pathak is currently conducting his undergraduate studies at Stanford. “One promising …

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Dec 16

December Mini-Symposium

In December of each year we host a smaller version of the full-blown, 9-12th grade research Symposium we put on in May of each year.  This mini-event is a presentation of the undersclassmen’s first phase of research.  We enlist the help of our upperclassmen and recent graduates who act as panelists to offer constructive feedback in our …

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