Alizadeh-Saei and Barkat Receive COS Physical Science Award
Jasmine Alizadeh-Saei and Sabrina Barkat received the 1st Place – Physical Science Award for their outstanding research poster/presentation during the COS Undergraduate Research Colloquium, which was held on Thursday, April 27th. They presented their poster entitled “Adsorption of emerging contaminants, carbamazepine, onto humid acid and clay: Equilibrium isotherms and effect of the water matrix“, under the guidance and mentoring from Dr. Marjan Alaghmand.
On behalf of the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry, CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
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Claire Johnson Wins Top Poster at COS Undergraduate Research Colloquium
Claire Johnson capped off her research at George Mason by presenting a poster and talk at the College of Science Undergraduate Research Colloquium. Her poster entitled “Developing Novel Antibiotics Targeting the MEP Isoprene Biosynthetic Pathway” earned the top poster award. Clair’s research was conducted with the guidance and mentoring from Dr. Robin Couch and the Couch Research Lab.
Claire will be entering the doctoral program at UNC-Chapel Hill.
The Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry offers not only undergraduate programs leading to the BA and BS degree in Chemistry with optional concentrations in Biochemistry, but also a five-year BS/Accelerated MS degree.
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