Past Research Students College Success
8 sessions with Neuroscience Research Professor
Time: Sunday 12 PM EST/11 AM CST/9 AM PST
Date: November 12, 2023 - January 28, 2024
Session 1: Basics of Medicine
Session 2: Neurodegeneration
Session 3: Therapeutic approaches
Session 4: Deeper dive into specific research topics
Session 5: Contents of a research paper
Session 6: Brainstorm with students on topics selected by them
Session 7: Discuss and finalize the chosen topic per student
Session 8: Research Review
Two one-on-one with Neuroscience Research Professor
8 sessions with Creative Writing Expert, Prof.Virgel
Time: Wednesdays at 9 PM EST/8 PM CST/6 PM PST
Date: November 12, 2023 - January 28, 2024
Session 1: Scientific Inquiry and Data Analysis
Session 2: Methods to conduct preliminary research
Session 3: How to Research?
Session 4: Create a research paper outline and the first draft
Session 5: Write the Hypothesis and Introduction
Session 6: Write a compelling body of text and a conclusion
Session 7: First Draft review
Session 8: Final Draft review
2 One-on-One Sessions with Creative Writing Expert
The Gifted Gabber Research program prepares students to publish their scientific journals approved by the Neuroscience Research Professor in various journals that accept research projects from high school students.
Students can submit final drafts for publishing in Journals that accept research papers by High School Students.
(Note: Publishing journals is student-driven, and Gifted Gabber assumes the role of Mentor, and the cost of publication fee is taken care of by students.)
Dr.Jobin Varkey, Assistant Professor of Physiology and Neuroscience, University of Southern California
Dr. Varkey, an esteemed Assistant Professor of Physiology and Neuroscience at the University of Southern California, has an extensive background in neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and Huntington's disease, particularly in biomarker development. With over seven years at USC, he's known for fostering solid scientific collaborations, leading to timely research outputs. His notable achievements include co-leading an NIH R21 grant to develop a Parkinson’s disease biomarker and publishing over 20 peer-reviewed research articles. Dr. Varkey’s mentoring prowess has benefited many students, from high school to doctoral levels, promoting a culture of high performance and personal development.
Licensed Creative Writing Expert
Professor. Virgel S. Torremocha, Licensed Creative Writing Expert
Ph.D. in Literary Studies (In Progress), Master of Arts in Literature, Bachelor of Arts in Literature
Virgel S. Torremocha teaches culture, language, and literature at the tertiary and graduate level. He has served as Chairperson of the Language and Literature Department at the University of Southeastern Philippines, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in Literature and Master of Arts in Literature (with Thesis Distinction). Prof. Torremocha holds a Teacher Certificate Program for Non-Education Professionals (TCPNEP). Presently, Prof. Torremocha is pursuing Ph.D. in Literary Studies at Silliman University.
Jothsna Kethar, Mentor and Coach
As her students call her, Coach Jo is an Independent Educational Consultant and College Counselor. She is a certified Tony Robbins Life Coach. Trained to identify children's goals and be their supportive friend and trusted adviser. She has also trained under Peg Dawson, EdD., a renowned psychologist. She uses this understanding to coach children to discover their strengths to overcome the hurdles and roadblocks on their path to success. She is also a certified Meditation Instructor and strives to empower parents in their child's educational journey.
Jo also runs a nonprofit named InspireYouth, a 501©3 organization that aims to empower youth and foster leadership. InspireYouth aspires to create lifetime humanitarians out of teens by providing volunteer opportunities to contribute, learn, and grow!
She completed her College Counseling course at UC Berkeley. Building a customized college list is her specialty. Her students have landed in Ivy League colleges such as Cornell, also landing in affordable colleges, winning merit aid/scholarships to the tune of over 5 million dollars in total.
Published Research Papers
Successfully Published Papers by past research students!
The Effect of Stress on Insulin Production Across Different Generations
Published by Om Patil
Research conducted on stress and its effects on day-to-day lives, with an even higher impact on the lives of those who have diseases, such as diabetes. In this research paper, the question of how the output of a particular hormone, insulin, differs across different generations will be discussed.
Is Aducanumab a Miracle Drug?
By: Sanjana Ananthula
A new drug called Aducanumab has been circulating the medical news for a while along with many questions. To answer these questions, it is imperative to understand Alzheimer’s disease. This research was done by reading other articles and observing scans to comprehend the premise of the problems truly.
The Effects of Neurons on the Well-Being of Humans
By: Arushi Biswas
The purpose of this study was to analyze the effects of neurons on the average person’s daily life and what can release the “good” chemicals. Engaging in activities one may enjoy results in the release of serotonin and dopamine, two of the most important neurotransmitters in the nervous system.
The Connection between COVID-19 Variants (Gamma and Delta Variant)
By: Sneha Nangunoori
This research paper discusses the connection between two prominent variants: the Gamma variant and the Delta variant, and certain demographic features like gender, age, and location. The method used in this research paper includes finding data using python to extract the needed data to support theories.
Research by Past Students
My biggest win since writing this research topic will be finally submitting this paper, and it will be published. Research Professor mentored and taught me new concepts, while Coach Jo helped me a lot because she gave positive and blunt input that helped me further the horizons of my paper.
Research Professor was very knowledgeable and helpful throughout the entire process. His expertise ensured that my paper included an abundance of information.
Research Professor provided me with a good idea of what I should look into and how the way I present my research will be perceived by others.
My best win was successfully completing my paper. Coach Jo helped by being very encouraging and making sure I did more and more work each week instead of just waiting for the last week.
Working with the Research Professor helped me write my research paper because he gave a lot of constructive criticism and helped me learn about my topic.
I feel like going through the whole writing process and the Thursday classes hosted by Coach Jo definitely helped me improve as a writer.
Student Research Papers
Where can I find past students' research papers?
We are proud of our student's achievements and end results of research journals. We have published it on our Gifted Gabber website.Past Research Papers >>
What is included in the 2023 Fall
Neuroscience Research Program?
21 Live sessions in total.
Final Oral Presentation and Thesis Defense
All Recordings on Learning Management Tool
Whatsapp Group for Parents
Discord Group for Students
Accountability and Support to stay on track
Guidance on writing a 4000+ word research paper on Neurodegenerative diseases like Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, and Huntington's disease, including biomarker development, Protein membrane interaction, and protein-peptide biochemistry.
Submission to Journals that accept research papers from High School students.
Guidance on submission for Regeneron STS for Seniors.
Letter of Recommendation from University Professor.
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