Posts under tag: UO Graduate Students
Thursday, May 24, 2018
11 AM in 301 Deady Hall
The title of her dissertation is “High-throughput Sequencing For investigation of RNA targets of Pt(II) Chemotherapy Drugs”
This summer, Emily will be working as an instructor for the genomics and bioinformatics master’s program for the Knight Institute here at UO.
Good luck to Justin Barry as he defends his thesis for his PhD in Chemistry!
Friday, May 18, 2018
12PM in 331 Klamath Hall
The title of his dissertation is “The Solvent Cage Effect: Using Microviscosity to Predict the Recombination Efficiency of Geminate Radicals Formed by the Photolysis of the Mo-Mo Bond of Cpʹ2Mo2(CO)6”
UO Dissertation Research Fellowship:
Forrest Laskowski, Boettcher Lab
2018 NSF Graduate Research Fellowships:
Ruth Maust, Jasti Lab
Trevor Shear, Darren Johnson Lab (more…)
UO Women in Graduate Sciences (WGS) was established in 2005 by Chemistry graduate student Sarah Staggs Wisser, who worked in the Darren Johnson lab. With a current membership of 150, WGS at Oregon is one of the largest graduate student women’s groups in the country. The success of WGS is so uncommon, other university student groups nationwide are seeking directions about how to start and maintain a student women’s science organization of their own.
Read more in the Oregon Quarterly article.