Congratulations to Maxwell Zeigler, who defended his Ph.D. work “Highly Sensitive Quantitative Microscopy for Cellular and Subcellular Analysis” on March 7. Maxwell’s dissertation was primarily about fundamental biophysical measurements. His current plan is to work in intellectual property and help chemists patent their work.
Congratulations to Michael Lynch, who defended his Ph.D. work “Correlating Electronic and Nuclear Motions in Ultrafast Photoinduced Charge Transfer Reactions with Femtosecond Multidimensional Spectroscopies” on February 18. He was a student in Professor Munira Khalil’s laboratory for the past five years. In the next few months, he will be heading back to British Columbia to pursue a career in the chemical industry. Michael is excited to be moving back to Canada and cannot wait for his wedding in September.