HHS Senior’s Science Research Published in Medical Journal
Harrison High School Science Research student Sarina Iraj can add another highlight to her college application – published author. Sarina’s contribution to the study entitled “The French Paradox Revisited: Cardioprotection via Hormesis, Red Wine, and Resveratrol” has been published in the Handbook of Nutrition in Heart Health, Human Health Handbooks, Wageningen Academy.
HHS Science Students Expand Learning Thrughout the Summer
There was no break for many of the Harrison High School Science research students, who spent the summer continuing their research. Keon Azar continued his studies at Brown University, Anna Cahn at Harrison High School, Lauren Cole at a joint venture for Columbia University, Savannah Holmes at Harrison High School, Sarina Iraj at New York Medical College, Chandha Kim worked at Columbia University, Saihly Rodriguez at the Bronx Zoo, and Brian Siegel at CUNY.
HHS Junior Advances to Intel International Science and Engineering Fair
Harrison High School junior Keon Azar has been selected to present his HHS Science Research work at this year’s prestigious Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Los Angeles, California on May 14th. Keon’s topic in the Physics and Astronomy category is “Evaluation of Exoplanet Detection Method: The Limits of Current Knowledge.”