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2016-2018 DARE Fellows

Sharese King

Linguistics

Sharese King is a doctoral candidate in the department of linguistics. Her dissertation is an ethnography based in Rochester, New York, and examines the negotiation of identities among African Americans. This work explores how...

Melissa Ko

Cancer Biology

Melissa Ko is a Cancer Biology PhD candidate at Stanford. Melissa’s dissertation project aims to elucidate drug resistance mechanisms in cancer that result from cell-to-cell variability. Using large datasets consisting of millions of...

Lily Lamboy

Political Science

Lily Lamboy is a PhD Candidate in the department of political science at Stanford University. She is dedicated to understanding and rectifying persistent group inequality along lines of race, gender, class, and sexuality. Her research...

Cristina Lash

Education

Cristina Lash is a doctoral candidate in the Stanford Graduate School of Education. Her dissertation examines how schools teach what it means to be American in light of immigration-driven diversity. Through a comparative...

Christopher Lewis

Law and Philosophy

Christopher Lewis is a J.D/Ph.D student in law and philosophy.  His research is about how both governments and ordinary citizens should respond to the mechanisms that generate various kinds of social and economic...

Jesus Madrid

Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences

Jesus Madrid is a PhD Candidate in the neurosciences program at Stanford University. Jesus’s dissertation, titled: “Social and biological outcomes of neonatal imitation in infant rhesus macaques”, studies the naturally occurring...

David Manosalvas-Kjono

David Manosalvas-Kjono

Aeronautics and Astronautics

David E. Manosalvas-Kjono is a PhD Candidate in the department of Aeronautics and Astronautics where he works under the direction of Professor Antony Jameson. His doctoral work focuses on the development and use of computational tools...

Mary Anne Manumpil

Chemistry

Mary Anne is a chemistry PhD candidate in the Karunadasa lab at Stanford. Her research lies at the intersection of inorganic chemistry and materials science. She designs conductive and porous hybrid materials for renewable energy...

Eduardo Muñoz-Muñoz is a doctoral candidate in the Stanford Graduate School of Education. In addition to teaching in elementary, secondary and higher education in Spain, the UK and the US, he was an English Learner Coach and Principal...

Michael Reddick

Chemical Engineering

Michael’s interests are biophysics and developmental biology. The human cell is incredible – it compacts 2 meters of DNA into its 6 micron diameter nucleus! Michael aims to elucidate fundamental aspects of this DNA compaction, and how...

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