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Paloma Tuttle-Vasseur, class of 2018, is headed to Harvard, Jocelyn Nardo, class of 2015, is a graduate student at Purdue University and Tayliz Rodriguez, class of 2017 is a graduate student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Congratulations to all the students.
On May 3rd, faculty members, families, and friends of the school gathered to recognize students who were given scholarship awards in five different areas. Please join us in congratulating the awardees of the Zaida C. Morales-Martinez & Howard E. Moore Scholarship in Chemistry,the Leonard S. Keller Memorial Scholarship. To view album from the celebration please click on people>photo albums
Lets congratulate Christopher Dares, Yuk-Ching Tse Dinh and Sonia Underwood. All three have been nominated and selected as Top Scholars at Florida International University. This is a great honor for each individual and for the Department as a whole. Great Job!
Among the recognized individuals are: Daniel Roncancio, Chemistry and Biochemistry For his paper titled “A label-free aptamer-fluorophore assembly for rapid and specific detection of cocaine in biofluids”, that was a published in the journal Analytical Chemistry. Professor Yi Xiao for her guidance and mentorship of graduate students within the department.
The application process for Fall 2018 is still open. Applications must be submitted by June 1st, 2018. Contact us at email@example.com for more information.
A team of multinational scientists, jointly led by Dr. Abuzar Kabir at FIU in Miami, Florida and Dr. Marcello Locatelli at University of Chieti–Pescara “G. d’ “Annunzio”, Chieti, Italy have developed a novel analytical technique based on fabric phase sorptive extraction (FPSE) that allows analysis of whole blood without converting it into plasma or serum.
In collaboration with chemistry professor Francisco Fernandez-Lima, the Biomolecular Sciences Institute (BSI) and PREMIER Biosoft are pleased to announce their research partnership to provide advanced mass spectrometry-based data analysis solutions for lipidomics.
When Alejandro Hernandez won first place in the poster presentation at the Life Sciences South Florida’s (LSSF) STEM Undergraduate Research Symposium in 2016, he did not yet know how far his research would take him.Hernandez began his research journey in 2015 as a Department of Energy Fellow, working alongside researchers Vasileios Anagnostopoulos and Yelena Katsenovich at FIU’s Applied Research Center.