CSSF Category Awards: 2013
Microbiology (Medical)

Junior Division


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J1610 — First Place
Titus M. Patton, Grade 8
Antimicrobial Activity in Stingray Mucus: A New Source for Treatment of Infections
Advisor: Mrs. Kristen Hager
School: Washington Academic Middle School, Sanger, Fresno County
J1699 — Second Place
Dabney Margaret S. Doepner, Grade 6
Cancer, Children, and Chemotherapy: A Continued Study on Preventing Oral Infections
Advisor: Ms. Anne Akins
School: River Springs Charter, Temecula, Riverside County
J1604 — Third Place
Amith T. Galivanche, Grade 7
Antimicrobial Activity of Clove Oil and Cinnamon Oil against Escherichia coli
Advisor: Dr. Ibtisam Khalaf
School: Redwood Middle School, Saratoga, Santa Clara County
J1613 — Fourth Place
Michelle Q. Xu, Grade 8
Exploring the Use of Natural Herbs as a Novel and Safe Fruit and Vegetable Wash
Advisor: Dr. Stephanie Yaung
School: Redwood Middle School, Saratoga, Santa Clara County
J1609 — Honorable Mention
Luca V. Mendoza, Grade 8
Can Electricity Kill Bacteria?
Advisor: Ms. Jana Wiener
School: Crossroads School for Arts and Science, Santa Monica, Los Angeles County
J1612 — Honorable Mention
Layla G. Stefanacci, Grade 8
The Antibacterial Effectiveness of Essential Oils
Advisor: Mrs. Courtney Robinson
School: Carden School of Fresno, Fresno, Fresno County

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