1st Place: Aditya Mohan


Our 2015 National Grand Prize winner was Aditya Mohan of Eastern Ontario for his project “Development Of a Novel Selectively Replicating Oncolytic Virus for Therapy and Diagnosis.” Aditya developed a new cancer-fighting virus by genetically modifying the common cold.

Austin2nd Place: Austin Wang

Our National Runner-Up was Austin Wang for his project “Identifying Genes with Roles in Electron Transfer in Exoelectrogenic Bacteria in Microbial Fuel Cells.”

Dennis4th Place: Dennis Drewnik

Our fourth place winner was Dennis Drewnik for his project “Identification of Essential Plant Defense Response Genes in the Arabidopsis thaliana-Sclerotinia Sclerotiorum Pathosystem.”
Catharine3rd Place: Catharine Bowman

Our third place was Catharine Bowman for her project “The Pharmacological Potential of Apigenin and Diosmetin as a Novel Treatment for Chronic Lymphedema.”

Justin5th Place: Justin Lessard-Wajcer

Our fifth place, commercialization and professionalism winner was Justin Lessard-Wajcer for his project “Hormonal therapy: a cure for the BRCA-1/2 gene mutation.”

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