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October 31, 2023

The Silent Hero of the Pandemic: Bioinformatics


I’d like to thank Dr. Lori Boies for their assistance in the early stages of this project, especially in advising me on the approach to take in my research. And I’d like to thank my family and friends for their unwavering support and encouragement throughout the entire process, as well as their assistance with the editing. Finally, I’d like to express my gratitude to Dr. Boies for allowing me to raise awareness of this issue in my community.

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Lindsey Ogle

I am a student-athlete at St. Mary’s University. I am a part of the 2024 graduating class and majoring in Forensic Science-Criminology with a minor in biology. I am also a member of the St. Mary’s volleyball team and serve as the president of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC).

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Joan Smith

Excellent work!



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Atziry Juarez

Really good infographic! Covid-19 is still happening to this day and most people tend to have forgotten how bad this virus is. I really like how you talked about the importance of “Bioinformatics” and how it has helped with reducing covid cases. It’s really interesting to know how a single vaccine can help our bodies produce an immune response to these viruses. We need more people to know that vaccines are really important and they help our bodies develop into little fighting cells to prevent us from getting really sick.



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A’marie Pollard

I really liked your topic. Learning about how people can improve their health is important to the well-being of our society. I’m happy that someone is bringing attention to why we should receive vaccines and the data that supports that information as well. I think your infographic will encourage people to take better care of themselves and what precautions. good job!



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