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Research Paper on Anesthesia

Project by Polygence alum Andrew

Anesthesia

Project's result

Andrew wrote a research paper for his project

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Summary

Andrew tackled the effects and uses of specific analgesics in common medical procedures. Nearly every person goes through some moment in their life where anesthetics are used. Though there are infinite scenarios where these treatments are employed, Andrew's project focused on specific scenarios, such as giving birth or wisdom tooth removal. Each scenario was described in the form of a vignette which contained the procedures—how they were monitored as well as the recovery—using a hypothetical third-person perspective to explain the lesson.

Chloe

Chloe

Polygence mentor

MD/PhD Doctor of Medicine and of Philosophy candidate

Subjects

Neuroscience, Medicine

Expertise

Biology, Virology, Medicine, Health, Infectious Disease, Covid-19, Immunology, Anatomy, Addiction, Opioid Epidemic, Neuroscience, Animal Behavior, Psychiatry, any additional topic within health/medicine.

Andrew

Andrew

Student

Andrew is a 16 year-old high schooler from Northport, New York.

School

Northport High School

Project review

“Though there were various strong points to the program, my relationship with my mentor was the most valuable part. The one-on-one aspect to Polygence allowed me to develop a relationship with my mentor, and learn much through an interactive, fun conversation as opposed to a classroom lecture, which wouldn't have been nearly as beneficial. My mentor answered all of my questions in great detail, and led me through my research every step of the way. This made my project with Polygence very enjoyable and interactive. Polygence was a fantastic program, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone interested in conducting a college-level research project with help from a mentor.”