The College of Natural and Applied Sciences hosted the 2021 CNAS 3 Minute Thesis (3MT) Competition Jan. 25.
We appreciate all who took part in the event and would like to offer special recognition to the competition’s top-ranking participants.
These winners will advance to the university-wide 3MT competition Feb. 5.
About the winners
Winners at the competition include:
So presented “Investigating the Role of NLRP7 in Development and Molar Pregnancies.”
His faculty advisor is Dr. Christopher Lupfer, assistant professor of biology.
Khokhar presented “Synthesizing chalcone compounds to develop an inhibitor for Cytochrome P450 4X1 enzyme.”
Her faculty advisor is Dr. Natasha DeVore, assistant professor of chemistry.
Odom presented “Shear Force Responsive Nanoparticles.”
His faculty advisor is Dr. Keiichi Yoshimatsu, assistant professor of chemistry.
Geography, geology and planning
Buckley presented “Magma Storage Models for Aucanquilcha Volcanic Complex.”
Her faculty advisor is Dr. Gary Michelfelder, associate professor of geology.