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Congratulations to Cherry Creek High School's 2018 Intel International Science and Engineering Fair Winners! 
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From left to right: Nicole Hankovszky, Evelyn Bodoni, Edwin Bodoni, Krithik Ramesh
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Edwin Bodoni placed 1st in the category of Translational Medical Science. He also won the Best in Category Award in Translational Medical Science.

The title of his project was Bruxism - A Novel Diagnostic Approach

Edwin developed a new diagnostic medical device designed to measure a person’s maximum bite force value, which could change the way dentists will be able to diagnose bruxism (teeth grinding). Edwin’s device and method are currently patent pending.

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Krithik Ramesh placed 1st in the category of Engineering Mechanics.

The title of his project was Suppression o​f Aeroelastic Instabilities in High Ratio Wing Structures Using Principal Component Analysis.

He developed a means for sensing load on an aircraft wing during flight and making adjustments to the wing control surfaces to reduce or even eliminate stress concentrations that could contribute to wing fatigue and eventual wing failure. He also holds a patent for his outstanding work.






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Evelyn Bodoni and Nicole Hankovszky placed 4th in the category of Biomedical and Health Sciences.

The title of their project was Novel Strategies for Detecting and Treating Podocyte Injury in Diabetic Nephropathy.

They treated podocytes (specialized cells in the kidney) with a novel combination of pharmacological agents and determined that this in-vitro treatment improved the cells’ mitochondrial function, which could prove to be a valuable approach in the prevention of diabetic induced kidney failure. ​






Cherry Creek Students came home From the Southern Regional  Science Olympiad Competition with 14 medals.  Please congratulate the following students on their excellent performance. 


#1 Astronomy

Josh Ellis

Chaitu Maroju

#1 Material Science

Hannah Cussen

Sharvita Paithankar

#1 Towers

Diana Dadkhah

Annika Petras

#1 Wind Power

Siddarth Ijju

Vatsal Shrivastava

#2 Astronomy

Leah Huzjak

Rupal Nigam

#2 Disease Detectives

Camryn Caldwell

Leah Huzjak

#3 Forensics

Anusha Vajrala

Boushrah Kassir




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