Meet Polygence Scholars and explore their projects

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Anthony Novokshanov
Anthony Novokshanov
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Explainable AI for Disease Diagnosis (to be updated)“

Tanish Oberoi
Tanish Oberoi
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Comparisons between MBCT and traditional CBT“

Princess Okeke
Princess Okeke
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “The Link between Environmental Factors and the Development of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM): Literature Review“

Prisha Pachpande
Prisha Pachpande
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “How can gene editing therapies lead to the diagnosis and treatment of Leber Congenital Amaurosis?“

Vik Pal
Vik Pal
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “How can various high intensity training methods increase performance by reducing overuse injuries of high school racing sport athletes such as: Swimmers, Track Runners?“

Juliet Paltrow
Juliet Paltrow
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “What are the different programs and policies that can ameliorate juvenile delinquents in the State of New York.“

Lilian Pamula
Lilian Pamula
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “How can random forest regressors be used to better predict how much land a forest fire will burn?“

Sam Pandit
Sam Pandit
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “How can I develop a website that predicts stock prices using the ML based model ARIMA, and educate users about the process?“

sharbani patnaik
sharbani patnaik
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Publish an article: Kickstart your career as a scholar learning the neuroscience of how your brain interprets sound“

Ishan Patnaik
Ishan Patnaik
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Comparison of Classification Regions for AI Geolocation“

Grace Peng
Grace Peng
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Personalization of Major Depression Disorder treatment using heterogeneity of depression“

Ava Persaud
Ava Persaud
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Beyond Traditional Financing: A Comprehensive Analysis of the Ascendance of Private Credit in Contemporary Markets“

Breeanna Pham
Breeanna Pham
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “How can we further the research in DID and make the diagnosis for the disorder more universally coherent across different cultures?“

Vidhur Prabhu
Vidhur Prabhu
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Cycles Blender Render Improvement Extension“

Andre Prakash
Andre Prakash
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Creating a Curriculum that Fosters Critical Thinking in an Online Environment“

Anushka Praveen
Anushka Praveen
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “What are potential effective practices that can be taken to improve early detection, as well as methodical and efficient treatments for glaucoma?“

Sudeepthi R
Sudeepthi R
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Does transcranial stimulation induced discomfort impact decision-based cognitive performance?“

Sumitra Rajagopal
Sumitra Rajagopal
Polygence Scholar 2023
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Evolution and Usage of English Demonym Suffixes of Countries “

Vignesh Rajagopalan
Vignesh Rajagopalan
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Mathematics of complex trait heritability“

Adhithi Rajesh
Adhithi Rajesh
Polygence Scholar 2024
Symposium Presenter

Project: “Impact of heteronormative stereotypes on LGBTQ+ individuals (working title - not finalized) Research Questions: RQ 1: Do people in the LGBTQ+ community try to conform themselves and hide parts of themselves to fit in with heteronormative society? RQ 2: Can these preconceived notions be altered for the better? Can these biases be unlearned on both sides? RQ 3: Do people of the LGBTQ+ community internalize microaggressions as harm or discrimination against the community or do they view such missteps as mistakes people make as they are growing?“