Chemistry Students Present at ATSU IBRS

Students from the Miller Research Lab in Chemistry presented at the A. T. Still University Interdisciplinary Biomedical Research Symposium in Kirksville, Nov. 12. Attendees representing the lab included: Bill Miller III, associate professor of chemistry; Dominic Caputa, senior physics major; Peyton Williams, senior biology major; Charan Dyavanapalli, senior biology major; Ainsley LaMore, senior biochemistry and molecular biology major (BCMB); Christine Chen, sophomore BCMB major; and Sarah Holmes, senior BCMB major. Holmes was awarded for Best Undergraduate Research Presentation.

These students also presented at the annual MERCURY meeting on computational chemistry at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina, July 20-22. Williams was selected to give an oral research talk while all other students presented poster presentations.

Attendees representing the lab are pictured above, top row (left to right): Bill Miller III, Dominic Caputa, Peyton Williams and Charan Dyavanapalli. Bottom row (left to right): Ainsley LaMore, Christine Chen and Sarah Holmes.

Dr. Jeremy Houser (left) and Dr. Brian Degenhardt of ATSU present Holmes with the award for Best Undergraduate Research Presentation at the 2022 ATSU IBRS.
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