Madisson Delebeck, an art and biochemistry double major, was spotlighted as a “notable grad” in a campus news story for her unusual pairing of academic interests.
Through his internship at LanzaTech, David Rivera-Kohr explored career possibilities to fulfill his research interests and passion for sustainability.
McLester-Davis, a scientist in the Simcox Lab, will research aging-related diseases among Indigenous populations and other groups often underrepresented in research.
Peter Ducos made a military career of viewing the world from high above the earth. Now, his research in the Grant Lab examines tiny particles of life up close.
Kim Huggler, who believes science is about creativity, reveals biological processes using an innovative cell culture media.
Monica Neugebauer, who joins the faculty in September 2023, will focus on the discovery and evolution of enzymes to unlock their catalytic capabilities for use in biochemical reactions.
Snehal Chaudhari, who joined the faculty in August 2023, will investigate relationships between the gut microbiome and metabolic diseases.
In the Summer 2023 edition of GROW, Judith Simcox and her colleagues look to diversify the pool of researchers — and the questions they’re asking — to get answers that address health care disparities.
Undergraduate Justin Moua was selected to be the CALS flag bearer during the commencement ceremony. In this Q&A, Moua talks about what he’s learned through his studies and his activities at the university.
Biochemistry professor Mike Sussman is the first recipient of the Salm-Bray Distinguished Chair in the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences (CALS).