The research I did over the summer was see how to inhibit growth in antibiotic-resistant bacteria, by binding and delivering tetracycline through nanographene. The professor I worked with was Dr. Mark Ellison. During the four weeks, we bound nanographene to the tetracycline, and delivered it into the resistant bacteria, seeing how much growth was inhibited. I am now seeing the ability of de novo designed Due Ferri single-chain proteins to bind copper(II) cations for two electron oxidation catalysis with Dr. Amanda Reig.
My Research Conferences
I went to one research conference in D.C. at the American Chemical Society Conference over the summer and presented the work we did with the graphene and bacteria. List any off-campus research conferences (with hyperlinks) attended.
Life After Ursinus
I hope to go to grad school and get a Ph.D. Over the summer, I studied how to inhibit growth in E. Coli using nanographene.