D02 : Computational Exploration of Protein Functions in Parkinson’s Disease

Students Zainab Al- Rammahi
School HWDSB - Ancaster High - Ancaster
Level Intermediate 9/10 - Grade 9
Group Group 5 - Health Sciences II
Abstract Proteins perform most of the work of living cells. They control cell division, metabolism, and the flow of materials and information into and out of the cell. Understanding how cells work requires an understanding of how proteins function. Finding unknown protein functions is vital to understand more about organisms, along with their roles and how it affects it in Parkinson’s Disease.
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Group Award Prize
Merit AwardsSilver Merit Award$ 80
The Research Institute at St. Joes Hamilton, Health Research AwardsThe Research Institute at St. Joe s Hamilton, Health Research Intermediate Award$ 100