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Aging Sickle Cell

Angel Sheeley

eXpressions® Program: Art School: Cleveland School of Science and Medicine City/State: Cleveland, Ohio Teacher(s): Karen Gnabah- Mortensen Medium/Genre: Digital Media eXhibition Year: 2019
eXpressionist Statement:

I chose this project because it interested me. When I was in ninth grade, we learned about sickle cell in my biomedical science class and it has fascinated me since. You can ask me almost anything and I will remember the smallest detail about it. My image represents the transitions from pediatric to adults with sickle cell disease. These adults are placed over a blood clot inside a vein caused by the sickled red blood cells.




Research

Selected Research


The Transition From Pediatric Care to Adult Care in Patients With Sickle Cell Disease Researcher: Katelyn Howell Mentor: Ira Bragg-Grant, BS, LSW School: Spelman College Internship Track: Applied Medicine Internship Year: 2018