BMERC Open House Draws in Undergraduate Crowd
The recently held BMERC open house featured posters from labs across the Chemistry and Biomedical Engineering departments. The event successfully allowed graduate students and faculty members to engage undergraduate students in conversations about the many research projects going on at BMERC. Many undergraduate students were surprised at the wide variety of labs and their projects at Boston University and expressed interest in pursuing graduate degrees. Check back for updates on upcoming poster sessions!
Zhuyezi Sun, a graduate student in the Vajda Lab, presents a poster on the ClusPro Server which was developed by the Vajda Lab.
Margarita Tararina, a graduate student in the Allen Lab, presents her work on determining the structure of a protein within the HAD-Superfamily.
Professor Vajda studies a poster on macrocycles authored by Lauren Viarengo (not pictured), a graduate student in the Whitty Lab. Israel Desta (left), a graduate student in the Vajda Lab, presents a poster about using machine learning to improve protein docking.