Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Research Symposium

MoSE G011
Friday, November 1, 2013 - 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Georgia Tech School of Chemistry and Biochemistry Graduate Research Symposium and Awards / Homecoming 2013

Graduate Research Symposium, Molecular Science and Engineering, Room G011 Friday, November 01

3:00 Welcome

3:00-3:20 Rebecca Donegan “Structural and Biophysical Characterization of the Glaucoma-Associated Olfactomedin Domain of Myocilin”

3:25-3:45 Candace Fleischer "A Molecular Snapshot of Charged Nanoparticles in the Cellular Environment"

3:50-4:10 Cody Morelock “Low and Negative Thermal Expansion in ReO3-Type Fluorides and Oxyfluorides”

4:15-4:35 Lauren Austin “Nature vs. Nano: How Silver Nanoparticles Affect Cancer Cellular Biology”

4:40-5:00 Robert Parrish “Advances in Symmetry-Adapted Perturbation Theory: A Practical Toolkit for Understanding Noncovalent Interactions”

5:05-5:25 Brian Cafferty “Inspired by RNA: Self-assembling Molecules, Responsive Materials and the Origin of Life”

5:30 Graduate Awards

5:40 Closing

6:00-10:00 College of Sciences Homecoming Reception Molecular Science and Engineering Courtyard Be sure to RSVP


Saturday, November 2, 2013

Tailgating (2 hrs before game time) Molecular Science and Engineering Building Courtyard

Contact Information: 

Dr. Cameron Tyson (404-894-8227)

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School of Chemistry & Biochemistry

901 Atlantic Drive Atlanta, GA 30332-0400

(404) 894-4002 (phone) | (404) 894-7452 (fax)