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Sarah Laughlin-Toth Has Successfully Defended her Ph.D. Dissertation

Posted On December 2, 2016
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Sarah Laughlin-Toth (#206 Ph.D. awarded by Chemistry) successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation on Thursday November 3, 2016, entitled: “TO AFFINITY AND BEYOND: EXPLORING SCIENCE SELECTIVITY OF SMALL MOLECULES FOR THE DNA MINOR GROOVE,” under the direction of Professor David Wilson. Committee: Drs. David Wilson (chair), David Boykin and Markus Germann.

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Baxalta Info Session 9/8 Thurs 12PM PSC 124

Posted On September 1, 2016
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On September 8, 2016, an information session for careers in Baxalta Inc., a $6 billion global biopharmaceutical leader, was presented by Senior HR Manager Nikki Smith in Petit Science Center, Georgia State University. Benjamin Simon, Director of quality control laboratory, and Muyeve Meroro, Head of technical services also spoke at the information session. Students from… more »

Xu Li Has Successfully Defended her Ph.D. Dissertation

Posted On August 31, 2016
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Xu Li (#205 Ph.D. awarded by Chemistry) successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation on Monday August 15, 2016, entitled: “COMPREHENSIVE GLYCOPROTEOMICS AND GLYCOMICS STUDY OF N-LINKED GLYCANS AND N-GLYCOPROTEINS,” under the direction of Professor Peng George Wang. Committee: Drs. Peng George Wang (chair), Suazette Mooring, Gangli Wang, and Siming Wang.

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Team from GSU Chemistry and Biology Participates in the 2016 CURE Summer Institute

Posted On July 21, 2016
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What is a Course-based Undergraduate Research Experience (CURE)?  How do CUREs differ from traditional lab courses? A CURE offers a unique opportunity for students to engage in scientific discovery to address research questions that interest the broader scientific community. CUREs support learning gains through authentic experience, improved scientific literacy and increased metacognition (https://curenet.cns.utexas.edu/).  In… more »