Congratulations to Ryan Limbocker who has been awarded a prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship. The awards are the nation’s premier undergraduate award to honor academically gifted students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Ryan has been active in Professor Michael Johnson’s research group in the Department of Chemistry and the University Honors Program. He plans to pursue a doctorate in analytical chemistry and research the fundamental origins of neurodegeneration, focusing on post-chemotherapy cognitive impairment, Huntington’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease. - See more about the award and the other students receiving Honorable Mentions at KU News.
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- December 19, 2017Sue Lunte receives NIH COBRE grant, $10.8 million for 5 years
- November 20, 2017Sue Lunte and Franklin Tao named AAAS Fellows
- October 18, 2017Chris Elles: UG Research Mentor Spotlight | October 2017