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2014-2016 DARE Fellows

Richard Anantua

Richard Anantua

Physics

Richard Anantua is a Stanford Physics PhD candidate and member of the Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology (KIPAC). Richard’s broad research interests in theoretical physics have culminated in cosmology, phenomenology and...

Allison Anoll

Allison Anoll

Political Science

Allison Anoll is a PhD Candidate in Political Science at Stanford University with a focus in American Politics and Political Theory. Her research works to identify the mechanisms – psychological, social, and structural – that facilitate citizen...

Jesse Bateman

Jesse Bateman

Environmental Earth System Science

Jesse Bloom Bateman is a PhD Candidate in the Environmental Earth System Science department at Stanford. His research focuses on terrestrial biogeochemistry, soil chemistry, and ecosystem level nutrient cycling. Jesse’s dissertation, tentatively...

Adrian Buganza-Tepole

Adrian Buganza-Tepole

Mechanical Engineering

Adrian Buganza-Tepole is a PhD Candidate in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford. His research focuses on computational models of soft tissue biomechanics. Adrian's dissertation, tentatively titled "Computational Models of Skin Mechanics and...

Isla Flores-Bayer

Isla Flores-Bayer

Linguistics

Isla Flores-Bayer is a PhD Candidate in the Linguistics department at Stanford. Her research examines the social significance of linguistic variation. Her research focuses on Chicano English and Spanish in the U.S. Isla’s dissertation,...

Blake Francis

Philosophy

Blake Francis is a PhD Candidate in the Philosophy department at Stanford University. His research interests include political philosophy and environmental ethics. His dissertation, “Climate change and the moral significance of harm,” develops an...

Eduardo Gonzalez-Maldonado

Developmental Biology

Eduardo González-Maldonado is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Developmental Biology. His research interests include the interpretation of morphogenetic signals during cell-fate specification, symmetry-breaking events during early...

Brendan Hamel-Bissell

Brendan Hamel-Bissell

Electrical Engineering

Brendan Hamel-Bissell is a PhD Candidate in Electrical Engineering at Stanford University. His research interests are high-speed optical communications and multimode imaging. Brendan's research focuses on inventing low-cost solutions to increase...

Julie Huang

Julie Huang

Microbiology and Immunology

Julie Huang is a PhD Candidate in the Microbiology and Immunology Department at Stanford. Her research interests are in host-microbe interactions and pathogenesis. Julie's dissertation, tentatively titled "Finding its Niche: The Survival...

Sharon Jank

Sharon Jank

Sociology

Sharon Jank is a PhD Candidate in the sociology department at Stanford. Her areas of specialization include social psychology, the sociology of gender, and group dynamics within meritocratic settings. Sharon's dissertation examines how...

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