2015 Herbert A. and Marjorie G. Laitinen Graduate Fellowship

“The Analytical Chemistry Division is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2015 Herbert A. and Marjorie G. Laitinen Graduate Fellowship, Ms. Rainey Patterson. Rainey is a graduate of The College of Charleston and a member of Prof. Rick Yost’s research group. Her dissertation research focuses on innovative methods of understanding the metabolomics of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease progression. Congratulations Rainey!”

2015 Herbert A. and Marjorie G. Laitinen Graduate Fellowship

“The Analytical Chemistry Division is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2015 Herbert A. and Marjorie G. Laitinen Graduate Fellowship, Ms. Rainey Patterson. Rainey is a graduate of The College of Charleston and a member of Prof. Rick Yost’s research group. Her dissertation research focuses on innovative methods of understanding the metabolomics of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease progression. Congratulations Rainey!”

2015 James and Laura Winefordner Graduate Fellowship

“The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2015 James and Laura Winefordner Summer Research Fellowship. This annual award, for graduate students in the analytical chemistry division, recognizes overall excellence in research, scholarship, teaching and departmental service. The 2015 recipient is Ms. Rainey Patterson, a graduate of The College of Charleston and a member of Prof. Rick Yost’s research group. Rainey’s dissertation research focuses on innovative methods of understanding the metabolomics of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease progression. Congratulations Rainey!”

2015 James and Laura Winefordner Graduate Fellowship

“The Department of Chemistry is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2015 James and Laura Winefordner Summer Research Fellowship. This annual award, for graduate students in the analytical chemistry division, recognizes overall excellence in research, scholarship, teaching and departmental service. The 2015 recipient is Ms. Rainey Patterson, a graduate of The College of Charleston and a member of Prof. Rick Yost’s research group. Rainey’s dissertation research focuses on innovative methods of understanding the metabolomics of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease progression. Congratulations Rainey!”

ACS Publications Awards Professor Brent Sumerlin.

“Professor Brent Sumerlin has been named the 2015 ACS Biomacromolecules/Macromolecules Young Investigator Award winner. The annual award, sponsored by the journals Biomacromolecules, Macromolecules, and ACS Macro Letters along with the Division of Polymer Chemistry of the ACS, honors the contributions of two individuals who have made a major impact on the field of polymer science.”

ACS Publications Awards Professor Brent Sumerlin.

“Professor Brent Sumerlin has been named the 2015 ACS Biomacromolecules/Macromolecules Young Investigator Award winner. The annual award, sponsored by the journals Biomacromolecules, Macromolecules, and ACS Macro Letters along with the Division of Polymer Chemistry of the ACS, honors the contributions of two individuals who have made a major impact on the field of polymer science.”

Michael Sims Receives an NSF Fellowship Award

“Michael Sims, a first-year graduate student seeking a Ph.D. within the Department of Chemistry at UF, has been honored with a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship. The total value of each award exceeds $100,000 over a three-year period. Widely regarded as one of the most prestigious honors a graduate student can receive, this year, just 2,000 award recipients were chosen from more than 16,000 applicants nationwide.”

Michael Sims Receives an NSF Fellowship Award

“Michael Sims, a first-year graduate student seeking a Ph.D. within the Department of Chemistry at UF, has been honored with a National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship. The total value of each award exceeds $100,000 over a three-year period. Widely regarded as one of the most prestigious honors a graduate student can receive, this year, just 2,000 award recipients were chosen from more than 16,000 applicants nationwide.”