The Rubicon

Wittenberg finds success with ASR project

Senior Kelby Wittenberg with the other ISEF finalists and alternates.

Jenny Ries, The Rubicon Editor

April 22, 2019

Senior Kelby Wittenberg, won the Gold Grand Award, recognizing the top 5% of projects, for his work concerning Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, a rare genetic skin condition.

Wittenberg continues medical research at U of M over summer

Wittenberg stands outside of building 717 on the U of M campus, where his lab is located.

Lucy Sandeen, The Rubicon Editor

June 3, 2017

Sophomore Kelby Wittenberg assists a University of Minnesota professor in researching cures for Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa, a skin condition that affects newborns. He began his research in April and will continue through August.