The Midwest Center for Cryo-Electron Tomography (MCCET) will expand thanks to $15 million in funding from the NIH to support broadening access to cryo-ET for biomedical researchers.
The award recognizes her work, which explores spatial analysis of the proteome and research approaches to identifying protein function.
Natalia Betancourt Rodriguez, a senior double majoring in biochemistry and global health, spent the summer interning in a lab in Medellín, Colombia.
Palmer will study interactions within the community of microbes living around the roots of corn plants and how these interactions impact the nitrogen available to the plant.
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