PURPOSE: the Research pages are intended to be a continuous update of your research progress and highlights. You results & brief analysis will go here but not the details of how you did it (e.g. the methods). Think of it as a sort of highlights of results page so that Dr. B and the mentors can quickly check on your progress.

Whenever you get an image, graph or piece of data – post it to your Research Page. Sharing failed results is encouraged because they facilitate understanding of the science and will help others as they overcome hurdles in their projects.


Vets
MyQ_ResearchPage2016
JenniferA_ResearchPage2016
ElisaP_ResearchPage2016

AmyZ_ResearchPage2016

LauraL_ResearchPage2016
GayeongL_ResearchPage2016
__NarenM_ResearchPage2016__
MarissaH_Researchpage2016
ShadiD_Researchpage2016
Akhila ?

Springers
AakashB_ResearchPage2016
JustinK_ResearchPage2016
ThomasV_ResearchPage2016

HaileyC_ResearchPage2016

KellyS_ResearchPage2016
Rachel?


SabiS_ResearchPage2016
TimothyB_Researchpage2016



PAST
AlexB_ResearchPage2016
PaigeM_ResearchPage2016
PriyaG_ResearchPage2016
RayuduB_ResearchPage2016
AparnaP_ResearchPage2016

PareshH_ResearchPage2016

JosueL_Researchpage2016

2 Weeks Blocks layout

In general your progress will be assessed every 2 weeks (lab hours, research progress, wikispaces updates).
However, it is best to get in the habit of updating this continuously - as you get a result in lab - upload it to your research page. Then clean it up the day it is due.
Week 1 8/24 (Wed) - 8/28 (Sun)
Week 2 8/29 (Mon)- 9/4 (Sun)
Week 3 9/5- 9/11
Week 4 9/12- 9/18
Week 5 9/19- 9/25
Week 6 9/26- 10/2
Week 7 10/3- 10/9
Week 8 10/10- 10/16
Week 9 10/17- 10/23
Week 10 10/24 - 10/30
Week 11 10/31 - 11/6
Week 12 11/7 - 11/13
Week 13 11/14 - 11/20
Week 14 11/21 - 11/27
Week 15 11/28 - 12/4
Week 16 12/5- 12/11



Guidelines for posting on Research Pages:
  • Put a line and 'Week 1&2', 'Week 3&4', etc.
    • put a horizontal line after each section so you can tell where each begins or ends (there is a menu item in GDrive for this)

  • Post in reverse chronological order (newest stuff on top - so we don't have to scroll down so much)


EXAMPLE:
Albert Einstein Research Page 2016

Week 5&6

IMAGE
Figure. Bla Bla Bla

Analysis: ........






Week 3&4


IMAGE

Figure. Bla Bla Bla



Analysis: ........







Week 1&2



IMAGE

Figure. Bla Bla Bla



Analysis: ........





  • Make your images a decent size
  • Include captions or text describing the image or images
  • Don't post links to files-
    • Post images by uploading them (keep files in your Google Docs)
    • Use the 'snipping' tool if necessary to get a small screen shot of what you want to show - but often you want to save the raw data image in your GDrive


Your WikiPage should have images: gels (well annotated) and other images of research like graphs and tables of date (not just text!)
  • examples of things to include:
    • Transformation plates
    • nanodrop images
    • RE digest gel
    • PCR gel images
    • yields from Midiprep
    • yields from protein purification
    • tables of absorbance values, bar graphs of enzyme activity
    • vitrual screening results tables (e.g. Top 10 results)
    • PyMol images of top 1 or 2 docked ligands
    • etc.

  • Captions: you should have enough information in the caption to let the reader (Dr. B) understand what it is.
  • Brief analysis of the result (e.g. 1-2 sentences of why it did or didn't work, next steps, etc.).


Summer VDSers

ArthiK_ResearchPage2015
HyunaK_ResearchPage2015
IsabellaD_ResearchPage2015
ParkerD_ResearchPage2015
PriyaM_ResearchPage2015




Instructions for Creating Your Research Page:




1. On VDS Google Drive:

  • Under your student folder (make one if not done already), create a Google Doc and name it: UTEID_FirstNameLastInitial_ResearchPage
    • note this one has the UTEID - but the one below does not need it.....
    • e.g. XYZ42_DianeC_ResearchPage

  • Share the document with Dr. B by putting in the Research Pages folder as well as your own folder:
    • Go back to your student folder, select the document, and hit SHIFT+Z
    • An "Add To" selection will pop up. Select "Research Pages" and hit "Add"




2. On the VDS WikiSpaces

  • Login to WikiSpaces and create a page (the option is on the left hand navigation bar)
  • Name the page: FirstNameLastInitial_ResearchPage2015 (e.g. DianeC_ResearchPage2015)
  • Go to your new WikiSpaces page and hit "Edit"
  • At the top of the editing page, click widget and select "Other HTML"
  • Copy and paste this code to the text box: <iframe width='1000' height='900' frameborder='0' src='REPLACE_THIS'></iframe>
  • Replace ONLY the red text with the shareable link of the Google Docs you created in step 1

    • - make sure anyone with the link can view

  • Hit 'Save' to save the code. 'Save' the draft of WikiSpaces page. Your Google Docs should appear on your WikiSpaces Page.



3. Edit this page:

  • Below these instructions, add your WikiSpaces page title to the list (FirstNameLastInitial_ResearchPage2015)
  • Highlight your page title and hit "Link"
  • Under "Page Name," search for your WikiSpaces page. Select and hit "Add Link"
  • Save the edits to the page, and make sure your link works!