The Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair (Regeneron ISEF), the world’s largest international pre-college science competition, annually provides a forum for more than 1,500 high school students from over 40 countries to showcase their independent research. The Regeneron ISEF is the premiere science competition in the world exclusively for students in grades 9-12. Society for Science & the Public partners with Regeneron along with dozens of other corporate, academic, government and science-focused sponsors who provide support and awards for the Regeneron ISEF each year. The SIVB supports an award, which provides the winner with a certificate. Winners must be in 11th grade with an exhibit in the area of plant or animal in vitro biology or tissue culture.

Listed below are the High School Science and Engineering Award Winners who received SIVB certificates and letters of recognition for projects related to the areas of in vitro biology from July 2020– July 2021.

Tia Abraham, Highlands Ranch, CO

Mirali Agalarov, Baku, Azerbaijan

Deepti Aggarwal, Troy, MI

Aliyah Allen, Louisville, KY

Wasan Mahdi Mana Alomar,
Kingdom of Saudia Arabia

Ayah Armanazi, Moreland Hills, OH

Perisa Ashar, Glen Allen, VA

Billy Bernfeld, Stamford, CT

Randy Bhattu, Beverly Hills, MI

Elina Borzilova, Tomsk, Russia

Kenzi Carrigan, Algona, IA

Sunny Challa, West Bloomfield, MI

Trinity Chamblin, Fredricksburg, VA

Sanya Chawla, Troy, MI

Ava Chen, Eden Prairie, MN

Neil Chowdhury Bellevue, WA

Katelyn Collett, Pulaski, VA

Sheridan Dethrow, Jonesboro, AR

Riju Dey, Shorewood, WI

Morgan Feng, San Diego, CA

Michaela Fischer, Fort Myers, FL

Daniil Fortuna, Westley Chapel, FL

Olivia Frankl, Algona, IA

Ruben  Ghurshudyan, Yerevan, Armenia

Arya Goel, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Bru Gomez Bonilla, Barcelona, Spain

Ana Carolina Goncalves Selva, Toledo, Parana, Brazil

Saira Gupta, Riverside, CA

Jadyn Henry, Bowen, IL

Jasmyn Hoeger, Dyersville, IA

William Hummel, Brooking, SD

Erhan Ibrahimli, Baku, Azerbaijan

Niti Jani, Tucker, GA

Akshara Karthik, Bloomfield Hills, MI

Arvind Karthikeyan, West Bloomfield, MI

Gweneth Keith-Powell, North Little Rock, AR

Zachary Keyes, Tucson, AZ

Amna Khan, Little Rock, AR

Andrew Kim, Monrovia, CA

Emma Kratcha, Hankinson, ND

Dharssheni Kumar, Fremont, CA

Emily Liu, Johns Creek, GA

Mansi Madaik, Murphy, TX

Jaysily Martinez Rivera, Sarasota, FL

Teagan Mason, Doland, SD

Tyler Matsuzaki, Mililani, HI

Benjamin McClelland, Wilsonville, OR

Jacob MCClelland, Wilsonville, OR

Shay McDermott, Beachwood, OH

Natalie McGee, Pittsburgh, PA

Yuliahnna Mendiola, San Antonio, TX

Hailey Miles, Corvallis, MT

Eryn Miller, Port St. Lucie, FL

Brady Moyer, Sinking Spring, PA

Varsha Naga, Oviedo, FL

Shrihari Nagarajan, Joplin, MO

Keira Nakamura, San Francisco, CA

Irvane Nelson, Draper, UT

Siri Nikku, Sterling, VA

Maya Oishi, Hilo, HI

Shloke Patel, Tampa, FL

Amela Peco. Vällingby, Sweden

Benjamin Pinoli, Wilsonville, OR

Meena Ramadugu, Cedar Rapids, IA

Neil Reddy, Merritt Island, FL

Zara Rust, Dobbs Ferry, NY

Anana Sakamoto, Honolulu, HI

Mykaela Salvacion, Tucson, AZ

Mher Sanosyan, Yerevan, Armenia

Erik Sardaryan, Yerevan, Armenia

Jet Sendaydiego, Louisville, KY

Harun Shaik, Rome, NY

Emma Shields, Jackson, MO

Cheyenne Shirley, Webster, FL

Saviki Singh, Boca Raton, FL

Conner Siou, Arcadia, CA

Gehrig Snyder, Homer, NY

Jarek Stewart-Karolewics, Pisgah Forest, NC

McKenna Sun, Lexington, KY

Angela Tan, Marina, CA

Bailey Tischer, Chandler, AZ

April Tong, Boulder, CO

Uyen Tran, Roanoke, VA

Nicole Vargas-Sancho, Mills River, NC

Sergey Voloshin, Stanitsa, Pavlovskaya, Russia

Matthew Werbelow, Greybull, WY

Reinesse Wong, Irvington, NY

Julia Yang, New Rochelle, NY

Benjamin Zhang, Portage, MI

Jeslyn Zhang, Cresskill, NJ

Catherine Zhu, Portland, OR

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