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Biophysics Research for Baltimore Teens gets off the ground with a
Welcoming Reception for the 2014 interns and their families

 
intern at reception
BRBT intern, Tellika Kilson, with course instructor, Dr. Carolyn Fitch
 
student at reception
IBRBT intern, Uriel Gray, with Dr. Bertrand Garcia-Moreno
 
student at reception
BRBT intern, Sabreenah Khan, with Dr. David Verrier, Office of Pre-Professional Advising
 
student at reception
BRBT iontern, Deona Boone, with Dr. Cynthia Wolberger
 
student at reception
BRBT/ intern, Tellika Kilson, Dunbar High School student
with Dr. Niquiche Guity, Coordinator, Dunbar-Hopkins Health Partnership

 

faculty at reception
Irene Ferguson, Director, Office of Multicultural Affairs with
Dr. Bertrand Garcia-Moreno

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Program in Molecular Biophysics
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