Students in the Bush Lab pursue a broad range of projects, from biochemistry, to analytical chemistry, to physical chemistry, and beyond. This reflects the multidisciplinary nature of our research, which includes techniques such as protein characterization, mass spectrometry, instrument development, and theoretical calculations. In this environment students are exposed to many different ideas and approaches to problem solving, which will aid their general development as scientists. Research progress is critically assessed every week at group meetings by a rotating presentation schedule. These discussions also serve to develop presentation and group problem-solving skills.
Our weekly meetings are held on Wednesdays at 5:30 PM in CHL 068B.
- 3/22: Julia’s group meeting
- 3/15: Research updates
- 2/27: Cece’s second-year exam practice
- 2/15: Sam’s defense practice
- 2/8: Meagan’s second-year exam practice
- 2/1: Research updates
- 1/25: Ken. Trajectory method and effect of protein charge
- 1/11: Rae’s general exam practice
- 1/4: Research updates