POSTER HALL 9: Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biophysics, & Neuroscience

Lilia Baldauf

Lilia Baldauf

Fullerenes have major chemical application potential.
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Savannah Conlon

Savannah Conlon

The NEIL family of DNA repair enzymes are critical in maintaining the integrity of our genome by recognizing and removing oxidative base damage from the genome.
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Anna Marie

Anna Marie

After nearly four years as a neuroscience researcher, I made a career pivot.
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Jennifer Hofmann

Jennifer Hofmann

My work involves building computational models of how proteins move and interact inside of living cells, as well as components of biologic therapeutics.
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Huy Do

Huy Do

Insight Into the Structural Evolution of Polyamine Acetyltransferases Across Prokaryotes, Eukaryotes, and Archaea
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Tanner Stevenson

Tanner Stevenson

In order to behave appropriately in an ever-changing environment, all animals must be able to change their behavior on the fly.
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Kateryna Voitiuk

Kateryna Voitiuk

Electrical activity represents a functional readout of neural circuits, which we can monitor and perturb to understand how the neural network works.
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Samantha T. Hung

Samantha T. Hung

Ultrafast infrared spectroscopy provides access to the picosecond dynamics of liquids confined in mesoporous silica, an orderly and well-characterized nanomaterial with applications from medicine to energy.
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Rachel O’Sullivan

Rachel O’Sullivan

I study how the vCA1 region of the ventral hippocampus orchestrates appropriate avoidance responses as animals navigate a variety of anxiogenic environments.
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Kloe Keeter

Kloe Keeter

We have recently reported a toolkit of synthetic adhesion molecules (syncams) that are responsible for cell migration, cell-cell binding, and cellular activation.
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Alauna C. Wheeler

Alauna C. Wheeler

I study the fundamental physics behind the self-assembly of biological and non-biological microstructures.
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Jonathan Philpott

Jonathan Philpott

My current predoctoral research focuses on the molecular level details of mammalian circadian rhythms, particularly the interaction between the clock proteins PERIOD2 (PER2) and Casein Kinase Id (CK1d).
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Anthony Bravo

Anthony Bravo

Need info
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Zunaira J. iqbal

Zunaira J. iqbal

My research interests span across neurolinguistics, psycholinguistics, perceptual psychology, and bilingualism.
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Jessie Blumenfeld

Jessie Blumenfeld

Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) is a progressive neurodegenerative disorder characterized by a severe decline in memory.
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Anna Makar-Limanov

Anna Makar-Limanov

Have you ever wondered how we develop new kinds of materials suitable for the 21st century?
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