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Ian Liyayi (center back) at the University of Georgia as a PREP scholar. 

Recent Biochemistry graduate Ian Liyayi (BS'18) is pursuing a doctorate at UVa beginning this summer. Since graduation, Ian has been completing a post baccalaureate research education program as an NIH PREP scholar at the University of Georgia.  His research experiences began with an NSF funded REU at the University of Michigan in the summer of 2017. Ian also completed a semester of independent research at Stevenson with Dr. Tracey Mason. Ian has applied to and was accepted to several universities for graduate study. Congratulations Ian! 

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Pictured L-R: Dr. Dawn Ward, Morgan McCluskey-Wirtz, Dr. Will Harrell, Dr. Ellen Roskes, and Jess Eisenberg

Alums Morgan McCluskey-Wirtz (Biochem '18) and Jess Eisenberg (Biology '17) visited campus last week while on their spring break from Virginia Commonwealth University. Morgan is a first year pharmacy student and Jess is a second year dental student, both at the medical campus. They visited with the chem faculty and then later participated in a panel discussion on transitioning from undergraduate into health profession graduate programs. Morgan and Jess are roommates in Richmond, and live near to the campus.

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Andrew is pictured at right with fellow mustang alums

We were happy to see alum Andrew McGregor on accepted students day in March. He came to share his experiences with prospective students and families. He also shared with us that he had just been published!  The article, which appears on page one of the inaugural issue of Forensic Science International: Synergy is titled "Immunoassay detection of fly artifacts produced by several species of necrophagous flies following feeding on human blood". This is the second publication for Andrew from the laboratory of David Rivers at Loyola. Great work Andrew and congratulations! 

                      

Recent graduate, Ian Liyayi (Biochem '18) presented his work with Dr. Tracey Mason in the spring 2018 semester at the Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students in Indianapolis earlier this month.  Ian is currently enrolled in  a yearlong research intensive, NIH funded post baccalaureate training program at the University of Georgia. He is also actively applying to Ph.D. programs and for an NIH graduate research fellowship, which he can use during graduate research.

While you were on the couch in a post-meal food coma or shopping for Black Friday bargains, these dedicated alumni were doing their part to keep the streets of Baltimore safe. Erika Harden (left, BS'14/MS'15) and Shelby Litz (BS'15/MS'16) were recently photographed on the job with Baltimore Police-Forensics by WJZ-TV CBS affiliate. More photos and the complete story can be seen here.