Senior Chris Bowman participated this summer in “Research Experience for Undergraduates” (REU), a program supported through a National Science Foundation grant that takes place at over 50 different universities around the nation. Bowman, a senior majoring in Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, worked for 10 weeks at the University of Cincinnati performing research on a way to improve chemical sensors, which are vital to detecting harmful agents in water. He will present the findings of his research at the National American Chemical Society Conference in New Orleans this spring before starting medical school in the fall.
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