Accomplishments of Graduate Students
2021 Graduate Certificates
Prof. Brian Ackley, Wendy Aquino, Kyle Apley, Jennifer Amrein, Catherine Kerr, Anna Klompen, and Prof. Tim Jackson
2021 Graduate Student Accomplishments
Rucha Mahadik (Teruna Siahaan's lab, pharmaceutical chemistry) participated in a research internship named "Biophysical characterization of adeno-associated viruses (AAVs)" for Biogen in Cambridge, Massachusetts under the direction of Nicholas Larson.
Matt Zupan (Meredith Hartley lab, chemistry) participated in a research internship “Investigating lipid signaling in cells using photo-activable lipid probes” at the Oregon Health & Science University in Portland, Oregon under the direction of Dr. Carsten Schultz.
2020 Graduate Student Accomplishments
David Ingham (Chris Gamblin’s lab, molecular biosciences) received a Roofe Fellowship in Neuroscience Research from the Institute for Neurological Discoveries at the University of Kansas Medical Center. This award will support his research project entitled “Development of in vitro disease-relevant strains of tau for PSP drug discovery”. This award provides stipend for tuition for one year.
Latavia Hill (Susan Egan’s lab, molecular biosciences) is participating in a research internship with the Molecular Diagnostics lab at CRL in to develop a test involving self-collected samples (e.g. saliva, urine, blood by fingerstick) for COVID-19.
Pamela Johnson (Jenny Robinson's lab, bioengineering) was selected to join the 2020 CAS Future Leaders Program where she will join a group of Ph.D. students and postdoctoral scholars from around the world in a leadership training program and a trip to the ACS National Meeting & Exposition. She will also be participating in an internship at Erise IP intellectual property law where she will work as a science technical advisor.
Emily Kurfman (Sue Lunte’s lab, chemistry) was selected as a NASA Space Technology Graduate Researcher for her proposal entitled “Development of an integrated system for cell analysis and profiling by capillary electrophoresis-mass spectrometry.” This award includes a generous stipend, tuition and fees for the 2020-2021 academic year, and an opportunity to participate in a Visiting Technologist Experience.
2019 Graduate Certificates
Prof. Audrey Lamb, David Ingham, Meghan Franklin, Jennifer Amrein standing in for Kiersten Garcia, and Wendy Aquino Nunez standing in for Yuwen Yin.
2018 Graduate Student Accomplishments
Kelci Schilly (Sue Lunte’s lab, chemistry) is a Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening visiting graduate researcher in the laboratory of Elisabeth Verpoorte at the University of Groningen. Read more about Kelci’s project on paper-based microfluidics and peptide labeling for mass spectrometric detection.
Angelo Andres (Blake Peterson’s lab, medicinal chemistry) is the recipient of a Gilliam Fellowship from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute. Read more about Angelo and his award here.