Trinity Hamilton conducting field work at Mt. Hood. Photo Credit: Jeff Havig
CBS undergraduates (from left to right) Destiny Weaver, Issraa Hussein, Xianyi Xiong and Meredith Song were all named SEED recipients.
Chemical compounds are integral in our lives. They play a starring role in everything from developing new drugs to adding flavor to a dish. Complex chemical compounds — think penicillin or olive oil — are built from elements and simple chemical building blocks. The building process is expedited by enzymes.
Join for two pilot science communication workshops this fall. These workshops are open to UMN Postdocs and build on the Finding the Story Behind the Abstract, offered at the fall Postdoc retreat. Feel free to attend one or both. No pre-requsites required. RSVP by November 11.
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Sarah Weatherman received her B.S. in Microbiology in 2015 and is a MHA/MBA Candidate at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities. She served as a post-baccalaureate fellow at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases where she helped develop a vaccine for the Nipah virus.
Professor, Molecular Cell and Developmental Biology; Biological Chemistry, UCLA