Anna K. Horvath
- Email: ahorvat @ lion.lmu.edu
- Mail Address:
- LMU Department of Biology, 1 LMU Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90045
Expected graduation: May 2021
Resume: Anna Horvath Resume
- Principles of Evolution
- Biochemistry Lab
- Marine Biology and Lab
- Cell Biology
- Bioinformatics Lab
- Biol Tch: Freshman Biology Lab
I plan to attend medical school.
I hope to serve underserved populations and eventually open a free clinic in my community.
Project Title: Genetic and Morphological Testing Reveal Mistaken Identity of Introduced Species for Endemic Species in Black Walnut Tree Restoration
- Loyola Marymount University
- Research Mentor: Dr. Demian Willette
- Project description: A field survey and genetic testing of black walnut trees in Los Angeles’ Ascot Hills Park revealed mistaken identity between endemic Southern California Black Walnut and introduced Eastern Black Walnut.
- Student Assistant in Loyola Marymount University Biology Labs
- Employer: Tatiana Kuzmenko
- Dates: January 2018 - August 2019
- Organized chemical reagents, laboratory equipment, and biological specimen. Created media, used the autoclave, and managed bacterial and biochemical wastes.
Biology Teaching Assistant - Freshman Labs
- Student Teaching Assistant in Loyola Marymount Univeristy Biology 111 and 1112 labs
- Employer: Dr. Willette
- Dates: August 2019 - Present
- Instructed a lab of fifteen students each semester in the introductory biology labs. This involved creating the lesson plan, teaching the weekly material, grading assignments or exams, and helping students create presentations.
- Traveling. I have visited nineteen countries in multiple continents including:
- North America
- Reading books
- Going to concerts and music festivals
Favorite Aspect of Biology
- Biology reaches into multiple other disciplines, and as scientists, we have the ability to understand multiple different aspects of the world around us. I am particularly interested in human biology and discovering the many ways in which the body functions.
Favorite Aspect of Computer Science
- Computer science is a continually developing field that is becoming much more applicable to our lives. Today, we integrate technology into every aspect of our life, and it is important to understand how to properly use it.
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- DrugComboDB Review
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Class Journal Pages
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- I acknowledge my homework partner, Yaniv Maddahi, who I contacted once over text to ask about linking user pages to our own page.
- I contacted TA Annika Dinulos about the creation of a template, as well as the process of fixing the formatting of an uploaded image.
- I copied and modified wiki syntax on formatting a photo from the Media Wiki Help Page
- I copied and modified the procedures shown on the Week 1 Page.
- Except for what is noted above, this individual journal entry was completed by me and not copied from another source.
Denning, P. J. (2007). Computing is a natural science. Communications of the ACM, 50(7), 13-18.
Janovy, J. (1996). On becoming a biologist. U of Nebraska Press.
OpenWetWare. (2020). BIOL368/F20:Week 1. Retrieved September 6, 2020, from https://openwetware.org/wiki/BIOL368/F20:Week_1
Help:Images - MediaWiki. (2020). Retrieved September 6, 2020, from https://www.mediawiki.org/wiki/Help:Images#Syntax