Recently, the Missouri State University chemistry department has received several honors.
Two Missouri State University students will present papers at the Conference for Undergraduate Women in the Physical Sciences in Lincoln, Nebraska. Karolina Kosinska, chemistry major, will present her paper titled “RNA-seq Analysis in Carbon Nanostructure-Exposed Arabidopsis Thaliana Plants.” Amelia Chiles, biology major, will present her paper titled “Physiological Impact of Engineered Carbon Nanostructures on Plants […]
Faculty at Missouri State University were busy this summer making their mark in their research fields.
Summer is not a time of rest for most faculty members. Instead, it’s often a time for research.
Seven graduate students from Missouri State University’s chemistry department will present their research results and network with chemistry professionals at the 247th American Chemical Society (ACS) National Meeting in Dallas, Texas, March 16-20.
Dr. Nikolay Gerasimchuk, professor of chemistry at Missouri State University, recently presented his research at the Coordination Chemistry Conference in Xcaret, Mexico, hosted by Zing Conferences.
Dr. Nikolay Gerasimchuk, professor of chemistry at Missouri State University, co-authored five recently published articles based on his research.
The National Institutes of Health’s National Cancer Institute recently renewed a three-year grant for anti-cancer research to four Missouri State University faculty.
The four researchers are:
- Dr. Robert Delong, associate professor of biomedical sciences
- Dr. Richard Garrad, professor of biomedical sciences
- Dr. Kartik Ghosh, professor of physics, astronomy and materials science and
- Dr. Adam Wanekaya, associate professor of chemistry
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Skin cancer is the most common of all cancers. According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 76,690 new cases of melanoma have been diagnosed in the United States in 2013. Dr. Robert Delong, associate professor of biomedical sciences at Missouri State University, is committed to finding a better treatment solution.
The College of Natural and Applied Sciences at Missouri State University has partnered with NASA’s Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas to perform research. The research is partially funded by a Research Infrastructure Development grant and the Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR).