We welcome Chemistry & Biochemistry graduate student, Cody Aplin, to our groups! We look forward to working closely with him.
We are very happy to welcome Robby Miller, who is a Chemistry & Biochemistry graduate student, to our research groups. We are looking forward to exciting results!
Christin Libal, Rowan Simonet, Margaret Gurumani, and Emma Kauffman had a very productive summer working with us. They presented their work on ionic strength biosensors on three posters at the the 2018 SURP poster symposium and celebration. Rowan was even recognized with an outstanding poster award. Congratulations again to the four of you!!
Erin has begun serving the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry as the Associate Department Head, in partnership with the new Department Head, Steve Berry.
HongBok Lee successfully defended his master's thesis this afternoon! We wish him well as he moves to the University of Iowa's Chemistry doctoral program in the fall. Congratulations and good luck, HongBok!
Christin Libal, Margaret Gurumani, and Emma Kauffman (our group) and Rowan Simonet (Heikal group) will be joining the Heikal and Sheets research groups as SURP students this summer. We are looking forward to exciting results and fun times!
Alex Naughton: presented in the Ilenda undergraduate research competition at the recent Chemistry & Biochemistry Spring Symposium.
Ntsang Anye: presented in the recent Chemistry & Biochemistry Spring Symposium.
Ryan Leighton: presented in the Ilenda undergraduate research competition at the recent Chemistry & Biochemistry Spring Symposium; received honors from Chemistry & Biochemistry and Physics; received the Physics & Astronomy Research Award; received the Lake Superior Section of the ACS Award; received the FB Moore Award.
We would like to congratulate our recent undergraduates who have worked in our group: Alex Naughton, Ryan Leighton, Jessie Marshik, Ntsang Anye, and Gerald Sakamaki. We are proud of you!
Alex Naughton and Ryan Leighton presented posters about their UROP projects at the Spring Undergraduate Research Symposium on April 13, 2018. Good job!