Alex DeLong

APEX Fellowship | Alex DeLong

October 22, 2020   /  

Major: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Class Year: 2022
Faculty Mentor: Tim Freeze

At the Center for AIDS Research in Providence, Rhode Island, I wrote a research paper on Hemaspots and their usefulness in resource limited settings such as Kenya.

Alex DeLong will be online to field comments on Nov. 5 from 11:00am – 1:00pm.

5 thoughts on “APEX Fellowship | Alex DeLong”

  1. This sounds like a great experience, drug resistance is super fascinating so it’s cool that your results have implications in this field. Was you internship remote, in person, or both?

  2. Alex – Very nice work. And congratulations on the upcoming paper publication! I’m wondering what you think you know more about AIDS in Kenya after this summer? And, how do you think this summer’s experience expanded what you gained in 2019?

  3. Alex,
    Thank you for presenting your work. Your project is very interesting, and congratulations on the article! It’s clear that you’ve been able to strengthen your research and writing skills. It’s also great that you share the network for finding other internships.

  4. Hi Alex, Thank you for sharing your project and reflections on the process. Although, not necessary how you planned, having so much focus on writing and literature searching is fantastic in preparing for scientific research. Do you plan to continue in work related to global health moving forward?

  5. Hi Alex!

    I really enjoyed learning more about the details of your summer research from this really fine presentation.

    Are you still optimistic about submitting the paper by the end of the year?

    I’ve seen you a number of times running around town this fall. Great to see you getting the miles in. I hope they are injury free!

    Tim Freeze

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