Saving the Baltimore Inner Harbor
Is E. coli the answer?
Sarah Laun is the Lab and Program Manager at Baltimore Underground Science Space.I was born and raised in Baltimore, and have worked in Baltimore for the last 12 years in molecular biology.
Hello! I'm currently a senior at Western High School and aspire to practice Pediatric Medicine. I am extremely passionate about biology and love appreciating all the things we customarily take for granted. I was born in the New York metropolitan region, but have Brazilian roots. I'm also a MERIT scholar and enjoy spending time with my pets, playing the piano, and eating Italian food.
I am homeschooled and currently a junior. I am fascinated by biology and have loved working in the lab ever since I started in high school classes at CCBC. My favorite activities are knitting, practicing martial arts, and playing the guitar.
I am a junior currently attending Baltimore Polytechnic Institute who wishes to become a Bio-Chemist within the future. I am from Casablanca, Morocco. Although I am not from Baltimore, I grew up within that venue at the age of one on up. I would always travel to the harbor every Sunday, as if it were a ritual, along with my family. The harbor united my family as I am sure it did to others and seeing the harbor decay over time sparked a sense of sadness within me. Being apart of this program allows me to help discover a solution to this conflict and to, one day, rejoice at the harbor with purity and cleanliness.
Hi, my name is Julius Gingles and I am currently a senior at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute who is a varsity soccer and chess player. Baltimore is my hometown and I consider it to be my safe haven. As someone who wants to make a difference in my community and is in love with the brain’s complexity, I aspire to be a pediatric surgeon.
Hi! My name is Eseni Tafah and I am a Junior at Baltimore Polytechnic Institute. I really enjoy subjects like biology and chemistry with a deep aspiration of becoming a neurosurgeon. I also intend to study neuroscience in college. I was born in Cameroon but I've developed an interest in learning about Baltimore's Inner Harbor.
I'm Mercedes Thompson and I was born and raised in Baltimore. I have worked with the National Aquarium during the summer for over six years, so marine biology has always been a passion of mine, as is the Inner Harbor. I'm a junior at the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, and I intend to study biology in college.