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Leslie L Citrome, MD, MPH Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, New York Medical College Leslie L Citrome, MD, MPH is a member of the following medical societies: DRESSES Kneelength dresses Lorena Antoniazzi QHs903
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Morgan Buford, Valarie Sheffey, and Omar White worked as a team this summer during their DREU Experience at the University of Alabama to design a voice-activated home automation app to work with Cortana on a Windows phone. The purpose of the project was to assist the elderly in their homes. There have been multiple studies that show that there are many benefits of the elderly living in their own homes rather than assisted living facilities. Their app can assist with daily functions such as adjusting the thermostat, opening blinds, locking doors, and more. It is completely voice controlled, which enables individuals to now bridge the gap between technology and the elder community.

Morgan Buford –The University of Texas at Tyler (DREU 2015 Photo Competition Winner)
Valarie Sheffey – The University of New Mexico
Omar White – Indiana University

Laura Barreto (DREU 2014)

Laura Barreto has had a full paper on her DREU research at Texas AM accepted at the 27th Annual Conference on Innovative Applications of Artificial Intelligence (IAAI-15). Her paper titled “Maestoso: An Intelligent Educational Sketching Tool for Learning Music Theory”, which was co-authored by mentors Dr. Tracy Hammond and doctoral student Paul Taele, describes her summer research work on an intelligent sketching system for teaching people with little to no background about music theory using sketching input and human automated human instructor-emulated feedback.

Julia Ferraioli (DREU 2005)

The DREU program provides applicants with the opportunity to conduct research with a faculty mentor for a summer; applicants are directly involved in an active research project and interact with graduate students and professors on a daily basis. This experience is completely immersive and can have a significant impact on one’s academic and career path. For Ms. Ferraioli it was the start of her passion for research and problem solving. “Working with Dr. desJardin, taught me about tackling unsolved problems — how to approach them, how to research prior work, and how to carefully craft your own solution. Due to my newfound interest in research, I expanded this research topic for my senior thesis.”

But what truly sets DREU apart from other programs is the memories that students carry with them years after. As Ms. Ferraioli remembers, DREU is not just about research, but also about rising to the challenges, even if they are unsolvable. “The most memorable moment of my DREU experience was when Dr. desJardins tasked me with figuring out how to handle a case where the dimensions on different elements of data didn’t match. I researched the problem, brainstormed my own algorithms, dreamt about it, and filled up pages and pages of a notebook with scratched out diagrams and false starts. I confessed my defeat during our weekly meeting. Smiling, she said that the problem I described was as yet unsolved, but we did discuss my attempts.” This moment was integral in Ms. Ferraioli’s life, it was the moment she realized that failure was an inevitable part of learning. Even if there is no existing solution, it does not mean you give up; that is where you start. “This moment completely redefined the concept of failure for me, and removed a lot of the fear surrounding ‘approaching something new’.” Even if you fail, you will have gained valuable knowledge of what work, for the next time you try.

Currently, Ms. Ferraioli is a Senior Developer Advocate with Google Cloud Platform. Her responsibilities are wide-ranging and ever-changing. At a high level, she works to drive adoption of the various Cloud projects, which includes raw computing power as well as massive data analysis. Ms. Ferraioli works with companies to facilitate their use and success with the products, give technical talks, help the engineering teams identify gaps or usability issues, and/or write sample applications illustrating use cases. The most rewarding aspect of her role with Google Cloud Platform is seeing how companies can now have the ability to build and deploy like Google, tackling problems that at one point seemed unsolvable. “I once saw a teenager build an app that helped scheduling at a suicide hotline, and he was able to do that with the Google App Engine.”

Tips for Successful Mentoring

Tips For a Successful Mentoring Experience

The tips below are based on the findings of the Learning through Evaluation, Adaptation, and Dissemination (LEAD) Center which wasan evaluation conducted of the DREU program (formerly known as DMP) since 1994.

Overall, the LEAD evaluators identified three key elements of the DREU programthat were linked to a successful experience for the students:

Ways to prepare for the students’ arrival and reduce start-up time

Given that ten weeks is a relatively short time to complete a comprehensive research project, many mentors try to “make the most” of the ten weeks, bypreparing for the students’ arrival in ways that minimize start-up time. The following strategies are suggested:

Factors to address when the student arrives and throughout the program

Almost all students have had little or no research experience, and most have not interacted with a faculty member in a cooperative research project. These students hope to learn more about research and graduate school through their experience in the DREU program, and they want their mentor to provide direction by:

Additional Resources

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Conquer Resources for Students

Mentors can use the following exercises with undergraduate and graduate students during their REUs:

Note: If you plan to have the student work with a graduate student, it may be helpful to have the student and graduate student discuss these same issues.

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Have you had your anti-parietal cell antibodies tested? If you have pernicious anemia, addressing the immune dysregulation is key.



I have pernicious anemia and do not absorb cyanocobalamin or plain folic acid. I need a form of both that are already broken down and my body can absorb it. I take Folapro and methylcobalamin. My levels of B12 always showed normal but my body did not use it properly. Found out too late and have many problems now. But the methylcobalamin and folapro made a different, you might want to check this with your doctor.



thanks for your reply, I do not see my neurologist now until June will see what he says then. What makes me laugh is that I am under Neurology hospital in London and have had to do research into this myself to get anywhere. I know that my epilepsy drugs deplete my b12 and folate levels but will look into the information you suggested. I have read the book could it be a b12 and suggested to my gp to have a look at it, he was very interested but admitted that he didnt know much about b12 and that my hospital should know more about it. If you near London go to St Thomas Hospital in London for active b12 test, before I had this my gp was not interested in my results said they were normal. Will do a bit more research into your suggestions thank you.


Hi Jen,

I am in London and am going to ask for my GP to refer me to Tommy’s for the active B12 test. Have been dx with fibromyalgia and other things. Have only recently started reading up on B12 deficiency. This is a great site.



The test is worth getting done it may cost 15 or 20 pound but no one asked me for payment was told bill would be sent to me, but when I saw my gp he said that because I had a letter from my gp giving permission for the test that it was unlikely that I would be billed and the nhs would pay for it. My gp was very suprised with the results my normal test showed 252 and active showed borderline. I am just taking tablets at moment as my gp said he didnt want to just flood my body with injections. Good luck with test it may finaly get you some proper results.


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