We wish Dr. Corey Herbst-Gervasoni the best as he starts a postdoc position in David Christianson‘s lab at the University of Pennsylvania. Thanks for the many years of being a great labmate and friend! Thankfully you’ll only be in West Philly, so we’ll see you soon!
Last evening was the ACS Philadelphia Local Section Young Chemists Committee Annual Poster Session, held at Temple University. Two of our undergraduate students (Jack and Ethan) and two of our graduate students (Anna and Lauren) presented. Great work everyone!
Congrats to Anna for winning the University of Pennsylvania Student Choice Award for favorite poster!
Congrats to all other winners, especially those from Temple University who won 1st and 3rd place in the graduate section:
Anna presented a poster at the Metals in Biology Gordon Research Conference and a talk at the Bioinorganic Chemistry Gordon Research Seminar on her work investigating the interactions between titanium dioxide and Rhodococcus ruber. If you have any questions or comments about our lab’s work, please let us know!
Photo credit: Jack Nicoludis, the Bioinorganic GRS chair!
Today was the College of Science and Technology Winter Graduation! Again we congratulate Dr. Corey Herbst-Gervasoni for earning his PhD. The hooding ceremony makes it official!
We are happy to present Dr. Corey Herbst-Gervasoni after a wonderful thesis defense talk! We are so proud of you!
The lab has been busy this month! Ann gave talks at Drew University, Emory University, and Gettysburg College, while Anna and Lauren presented posters at the 5th Philadelphia Inorganic Colloquium at Swarthmore College.
If you would like to hear more about what we do, let us know!
Ethan, our sophomore undergrad, presented his first poster at the Undergraduate Research Program (URP) Symposium on titanium (III) citrate and reactive oxygen species. Great work by him and all of the other presenters!
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Corey Herbst-Gervasoni presented at the National American Chemical Society Meeting this morning, where he shared some of his work on his favorite siderophore, enterobactin, and its interactions with Ti(IV). If you didn’t get a chance to talk with him, or you have any further questions about his work or our lab’s work, let us know!
We wish Dr. Mark Zierden the best on his new Post-Doctoral position at the University of Pennsylvania! He started this week in the new lab of Prof. Megan Matthews. We look forward to seeing the great work you accomplish there.