Chemistry majors present research
Posted: Wednesday, March 9, 2011 8:01 pm
University of Tennessee at Martin students, Rusty Davis, of Troy; Cheryl Lockhart, of Brighton; Raymond Howard, of Martin; and Paul Jones, Bartlett; were among more than 50 students who presented their research at the recent University of Memphis 31st Annual Undergraduate Research Conference.
The title of Howard’s presentation was “Utilizing performance abilities of dynamic IEF for the isolation of tadpole erythrocyte ferrireductase to aid in the study of Parkinson’s disease.” Howard, a senior chemistry major, was also awarded an Outstanding Research Presentation Award for his talk. This award was one of five given to student presenters.
Davis is a senior chemistry major. His presentation was “Advancement of dynamic isoelectric focusing.” Lockhart is a senior chemistry major. Her presentation title was “Validation of dynamic IEF using hemoglobin variants.” “Towards the synthesis of feruloyl methane antenna complexes for sensitized lanthanide emission” was the title of Jones’ presentation. He is a junior chemistry major.