Ericka Senegar-Mitchell

Ericka Senegar-Mitchell
High School Science
58 Lessons
Mckinley Technology High School
Washington, DC
Student Environment:
Urban
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The Mystery of the Romanovs
 
Big Idea: How can the latest in gene identification technology be used to identify victims of a brutal crime as well as trace genetic disorders present in a family for generations?
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EBWR - Recovering the Romanovs
 
Big Idea: How can the latest in genetic testing technology be used to identify victims of a brutal crime as well as trace genetic disorders present in a family for generations?
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Family Secrets
 
Big Idea: What would you need to know in order to agree to participate in genetic testing for a potentially fatal disease?
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The Future of Molecular Medicine
 
Big Idea: As our understanding of human genetic variation improves, we will most likely see many changes in how physicians diagnose and treat human diseases.
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Inheriting Disease: Are You At-Risk?
 
Big Idea: Most diseases have both a genetic and environmental components; certain behaviors can increase or reduce a person’s risk of experiencing certain medical outcomes.
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Detecting Genetic Variation - Sickle Cell Trait
 
Big Idea: Our understanding of the basic biochemical mechanisms underlying the symptoms associated with sickle cell disease has provided important clues about possible strategies for clinical intervention such as treatment and new drug therapies.
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Views on Genetic Engineering via "The Hunger Games"
 
Big Idea: A growing "Do-It-Yourself" movement - in which anyone can acquire the basic tools of biotechnology and potentially engineer new organisms of their own - is causing concern among citizen scientists and trained scientists alike.
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