What would you do with a Fulbright Scholarship?

What would you do with a Fulbright Scholarship?


[MUSIC PLAYING] SHRADDHA KASHYAP:
My name’s Shraddha. I’m a psychologist from
the University of Western Australia in Perth.
And my project that I will be doing in New York City
at the Bellevue Hospital is looking at refugee
mental health. MARY AJAMIAN: I’m looking
at the neurobehavioral effects of gluten in non-celiac
gluten sensitivity. JENNA CROW RIDDELL:
I’m from the University
of Adelaide, and I’m heading to the University
of Florida to study a unique sensory
system in sea snakes. BENJAMIN TIEN:
My project is working on the Inhaled Oxytocin
Project, and essentially what that is is we’re
trying to make an aerosol of this hormone called oxytocin,
which helps to prevent bleeding after childbirth for
mothers in low-resource settings. DR. KATHRYN CROWE:
I’m going to the U.S. to the Rochester Institute
for Technology to work at the National Technical
Institute for the Deaf. And I’ll be looking at how
college students with hearing loss remember and retrieve
words out of their memory. RUTH WALLACE:
I’ll be working with Kansas State University,
and I’m really interested in the ways that policy
frameworks and communities work together to address
issues in biosecurity. MICHAEL JENSEN:
I’m from Washington, DC. I am an attorney with the
U.S. Department of Energy, and I’m working at the
University of New South Wales as a professional Fulbright scholar
in climate change and clean energy. DR. BRENDAN QUINN:
I’ll be traveling to work at UCLA in LA. And I’ll be
working with a world-leading research team over there,
who are looking at effective treatment responses to
address methamphetamine use. JANA SOARES: As part of
my Fulbright project, I’m looking at
pseudomonas aeruginosa, a bacterium that can be resistant
to many types of antibiotics. And I’m trying to figure out
what’s a method for treating those bacterium, and also if
there’s a way to develop new antibiotics and how we
could go about screening for them using this as a model. [MUSIC PLAYING]

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