The 12th annual K-INBRE (Kansas IDeA Network of Biomedical Research Excellence) symposium was recently held with over 130 undergraduate, graduate and postdoctoral students presenting their findings.Three KU chemistry students earned honors for their scientific research presentations.
Rachel Gehringer, a doctoral student and a member of Dr. Michael Johnson's research group, was honored for her poster presentation on “Measurements of serotonin release in Huntington’s disease model R6/2 mice”.
Ryan Limbocker, a junior ChemBS major and also a member of Dr. Michael Johnson's research group, was awarded for his poster presentation on;“Neurochemical analysis of Chemobrain”.
Mitchell Newton, sophomore ChemBS major and;a member of Dr. Craig Lunte's research group, received his award for his oral presentation on;“Utilization and development of methods for the analysis of brain dialysis to understand oxidative stress,\”. For additional information about the symposium and the other awardees, please see KU News.