Tag: Grace Tan

Grace Tan receives 2008 Provost’s Undergraduate Research Award


Grace Tan is the recipient of one of the 2008 Provost’s Undergraduate Research Awards. She will give a presentation discussing her research on Thursday, April 9, in the Glass Pavilion. Grace’s project involved studying life-threatening irregular beats in patients with a common condition called heart failure. She worked with Drs. Trayanova and Winslow. To learn […]

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Grace Tan receives first prize in competition at Gordon Research Conference on Cardiac Arrhythmias Mechanisms


Grace Tan, a senior in the BME undergraduate program, received first prize (tissue-level category) in the trainee poster competition at the Gordon Research Conference on Cardiac Arrhythmias Mechanisms, held in Il Ciocco, Barga, Italy, Feb. 15-20, 2009. Grace was the *only* undergraduate student participant in this conference (out of 160 participants). The trainee competition included […]

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Congratulations to this year’s Raj and Neera Singh Undergraduate Fellows!


Grace Tan will be mentored by Dr. Natalia Trayanova. Her project will focus on using a computational model of a three-dimensional cardiac tissue wedge to study how structural and biophysical remodeling that occurs in heart failure influences vulnerability of the heart to arrhythmic wave patterns . Grace is a rising junior in the Biomedical Engineering […]

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