Winners of Mightex's Student Research Grant (SRG)

April 2015, Michael Chang, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada. Research Project: "The Role of Interneurons in Seizure Initiation";

Dec 2014, Edmund Chong, New York University , USA. "Patterned optogenetic stimulation of mouse olfactory bulb.";

May 2014, Daniel Kuljis, California State University (Long Beach), Department of Physics and Astronomy, USA. Research project: " MOKE Magnetic Domain Imaging in Double Exchange Spring System with Varying Angle of Incidence ";

March 2014, Rafael Jaimes III, Electrical Engineering, The George Washington University, Washington, D.C., USA. Research project: " Novel Whole Heart Ratiometric Calcium Imaging ";

December 2012, Tiffany Huang, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Baylor University, USA. Research project: "Second-harmonic Nonlinear Generation in Nanostructure Devices";

October 2012, Philippe Elskens, Laboratory for Gene Therapy, Ghent University, Belgium. Research project: "IMMUNOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF PHOTOBIOMODULATION";

January 2012, Eric Bennett, Biomedical Engineering, University of Florida, USA. Research project: "Closed-Loop Seizure Control Using Optogenetics In Vivo";

October 2011, Dan Gareau, Rockefeller University, USA. Research project: "Wide field hyperspectral imaging and line-­scanning confocal microscopy";

July 2010, Jan Wichanski, Conestoga College, Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. Research project: "Linearity and repeatability of galvanometer";

July 2009, Peter Garatoni, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas, USA. Research project: "Design of an apparatus capable of testing the deployment of thin film shells in a microgravity environment. ";