CSSF Category Awards: 2017
Toxicology

Senior Division

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S2299 — First Place
Jackson K. Damhorst, Grade 9
Max A. Freedman, Grade 10
Effects of Varroa Mite Treatments on Bee Memory
Advisor: Mrs. Patty Freedman
School: Alternative Family Education, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz County
S2205 — Second Place
Hunter C. Crawford-Shelmadine, Grade 11
Investigation of the Impact of Common Toxicants on Survival Rates of Daphnia magna after Exposure to LC50 Levels
Advisor: Dr. Cheryl Shelmadine
School: Carlmont High School, Belmont, San Mateo County
S2213 — Third Place
Gina Y. Yang, Grade 11
Investigating Colony Collapse Disorder: Synergistic Effects of In-hive Miticides on the Health of Honeybees A. mellifera
Advisor: Ms. Renee Fallon
School: Monta Vista High School, Cupertino, Santa Clara County
S2209 — Fourth Place
Joseph A. Huitt, Grade 10
Don't Mess with my Bee's Nervous System! Investigating the Effects of Neonicotinoids on Bee Colonies
Advisor: Mrs. Marie Bordin
School: Chico Senior High School, Chico, Butte County
S2204 — Honorable Mention
Sarah L. Cohen, Grade 11
Hannah V. Schalyo, Grade 11
Evaluation of the Effect of Paraben Exposure on Sea Urchin (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus) Fertility
Advisor: Dr. Nikki Malhotra
School: Thousand Oaks High School, Thousand Oaks, Ventura County
S2207 — Honorable Mention
Anastasiya Grebin, Grade 11
Effects of Human Pharmaceuticals on Growth of Common Crop Plants
Advisor: Mr. Chris Spenner
School: Harker (The) School, San Jose, Santa Clara County


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