From left to right: Tommy Zhang (Chem. MS student), George Hedlund (FIS MS student), Natalie Sellnau (2021 FIS MS, now PhD student), Maddie Page (1st year PhD Student), Ore Cherebin (2021 Chem. MS, now PhD student), Dr. Frédérique Deiss (PI), Carolina Guimaraes Vega (5th year PhD student)
Read the interviews of Ore and Carolina (and other chemists) with the Indy Star: “Black chemists protest systemic racism and connect with each other on social media”, by Anne Snabes, Sep. 9th, 2020.
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Please join us for the inaugural ACDC research seminar by Prof. Shelley Minteer (U. Utah).
Wednesday, September 23rd @ 1:00 pm EST, ADCD Colloquium followed by an “ask the experts” session. Prof. Minteer will present Electroanalytical Techniques for Enzymology. After the seminar, Minteer lab members will remain online and answer questions about the techniques presented. This 30-minute session is a great time to ask questions and possibly spark a collaboration.
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All the best wishes for 2020 from the Deiss Research Group
Ore Cherebin and Conor Matson, 1st year Master- thesis student in Chemistry joined!
Welcome to our group 🙂
Natalie Sellnau is starting her FIS Master Thesis Chemistry with us this week. She obtained her BS in Chemistry at the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point in May 2019.
She will be working on developing electrochemical platforms for forensic applications such as electrochemical detection of fentanyl.
Welcome on board!
We have an opening for a post-doctoral research in particularly for the area of Electrochemiluminescence and/or microfluidics.
A background in electroanalytical chemistry is strongly preferred.
If you have an interest in joining the Deiss lab, please send an email to Dr. Deiss with an updated CV and a short statement about your relevant research experience, your predicted contribution to the group and your long term professional goals.
There are also opportunities for graduate students to join the research group. Find more information on the IUPUI Chemistry website : https://chemistry.iupui.edu/department-chemistry-chemical-biology/graduate. You will need to apply to the IUPUI Chemistry program.
You can email Dr Deiss separately if you want more information about being a graduate student in the Deiss Research group.
Undergraduate students with strong interest in research and solid commitment are considered every semester depending on the number of current undergraduate students in the group.
If you are interested in joining the lab, please contact Dr. Deiss by e-mail or stop by her office in LD326.
Congratulations to Meagan who was selected, out of a pool of almost 40 nominations, to attend the 2019 NSF EEC Grantees Conference as an invited REU site participant!
She will be able to tell them all how cool her REU Summer with us at IUPUI was 😉