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Everett Frost - Bio-X Undergraduate Fellow

2012 and 2011 Undergraduate Summer Research Program Participant

Home Department: Bioengineering
Supported by: Vice Provost of Undergraduate Education and Bio-X
Mentor: Yanmin Yang, Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences

Originally from Los Angeles, Everett Frost is a rising senior majoring in bioengineering. His research in the Yang laboratory is focused on exploring binding and activity of microtubule associated proteins as related to neurodegenerative diseases. He is very excited about Bio-X and is thrilled to be working in the lab this summer. Some of his other interests include basketball, tennis, and Ike's sandwiches.

Poster presented at the Stanford Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Symposium on August 27, 2012:

Developing an In Vitro Platform for Investigating Microtubule Interactions

Everett Frost1, Michael T. Maloney2, Yanmin Yang2
[Departments of Bioengineering1and Neurology2, Stanford University]


Home Department: Human Biology-Neurobiology
Supported by: Pitch Johnson
Mentor: Yanmin Yang, Associate Professor of Neurology and Neurological Sciences

Everett Frost is a junior from Los Angeles majoring in human biology with a concentration in neurobiology. Everett works in Dr. Yanmin Yang's Neurology lab, where he focuses on the use of phosphor nanoparticles for imaging axonal transport in neurodegenerative diseases. In his spare time, he enjoys mountain bicycling and competitive swimming.

Poster presented at the Stanford Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Symposium on August 17, 2011:

Is there Differential MAP8 Expression in Alzheimer’s Disease

Everett Frost1, Michael Maloney2, Yanmin Yang2
[Departments of Human Biology-Neurobiology1 and Neurology2, Stanford University]