Congratulations to Nadia Hamid and Katie O'Nele on their selection by the Center for Undergraduate Research for the Summer 2014 awards. These highly competitive awards are based upon the merit of the applicant's proposal, the applicant's academic record, and a recommendation letter from the faculty mentor.
Nadia Hamid, a BA Chemistry major and member of the Dr. Jeff Krise Research Group submitted: “Exploring the role of lysosomal trapping in defining the duration of action of β2-agonists used in the treatment of COPD and asthma,” mentored by Jeff Krise, pharmaceutical chemistry.
Katie O'Nele a BS Chemistry major and a member of the Dr. Jon Tunge Research Group submitted: “Palladium and Iridium Catalyzed Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation via Radical Decarboxylation," mentored by Jon Tunge, chemistry.
For more information about the awards and the other awardees, please see KU News.