Chemistry Students Present at Conference

Truman students from the Miller research lab in chemistry presented at the annual MERCURY meeting on computational chemistry at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, July 20-22. Peyton Williams, senior biology major, Georgia Hollingsworth, junior biochemistry and molecular biology major (BCMB), and Christine Chen, sophomore BCMB major, each presented a poster in the area of drug design and discovery using a variety of computational chemistry techniques.

This research was financially supported by multiple programs. The Office of Student Research TruScholars program helped Chen. The Chemistry foundation funds Paradocs program helped Williams. The Sharron Quisenberry Undergraduate Summer Research Program helped Hollingsworth. Travel to the conference was financially supported by Truman’s School of Science and Mathematics.

Students from the Miller Lab, pictured left to right, Peyton Williams, Georgia Hollingsworth and Christine Chen, presented at the MERCURY Conference in Greenville, South Carolina.
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