Hatch Gives Invited Research Talk at Los Alamos National Laboratory

Dr. Duane Hatch, assistant professor of chemistry, recently gave an invited research talk at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) in Los Alamos, New Mexico titled “Synthesis of Selenium- and Tellurium-Containing Tryptophan Analogs for the Elucidation of Protein Structure and Function.”

The research project he discussed is a collaborative effort between Hatch and LANL staff scientists, Pete Silks and Ricardo Marti-Arbona.  Dr. Hatch is currently spending the summer at the Los Alamos lab working on research project along with two Belmont undergraduate students. Funding for this research comes from a successful Department of Energy grant.

For more information on Hatch’s project, click here.