PULSE Seminar – Chemistry & Biochemical Sciences
The Presentations by Undergraduates in Life Science & Engineering (PULSE) Seminar Series is a joint event held by Johns Hopkins University, Coppin State University, and Morgan State University. Each undergraduate presenter is chosen to highlight the projects and opportunities across all three campuses and the event is open to undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty from all participating institutes. This month each presenter will discuss their chemistry or biochemistry based research.
This month’s student presenters include:
Nehali Gupta JHU “Tissue Engineering Approaches for Cultivated Meat” (Grayson Lab)
D’Angelo Thompson CSU “Inductive Sol-Gel Crystallinity Associated with Shape and Size of bi-metallic Ca-Mg-Hydroxyapatite Scaffolds: A Synergistic Study”
John-Paul Akinbami MSU “Insights Into SIADW Enzyme Reaction Mechanism Through Molecular Modeling”
Zoom link will be posted here and available for any interested parties. For more information, please contact Dr. Jessica Dunleavey ([email protected]).