This program aims to highlight up-and-coming postdocs and provide a platform for them to share their work at the ACS, which took place virtually this year. Julia is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the Sumerlin group working in the area of polymer chemistry. Her research spans several projects, including the study of polymer self-assembly, complex coacervates, and cyclic polymers as vitrimers. Congratulations, Julia!”
This is a group within the American Society for Mass Spectrometry that brings together women in the field of mass spec. They hold virtual workshops with people around the world focused on supporting and mentoring women in science. They hold a virtual happy hour every two weeks that includes a speaker, often female CEO’s, or speakers on work life balance issues and then we have a break out session to network. Every month they spotlight one female super star in mass spec, this month the woman chosen is our own Dr. Kari Basso. When asked, Dr. Basso described being both shocked and honored to have been chosen.
The U.S. Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board are pleased to announce that Coray Colina of University of Florida has received a Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program award to Mexico. Colina will research/lecture at Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico as part of a project to perform research on Molecular Chimeras for Opioid Receptor Modulators.
As a Fulbright Scholar, Colina will share knowledge and foster meaningful connections across communities in the United States and Mexico. Fulbrighters engage in cutting-edge research and expand their professional networks, often continuing research collaborations started abroad and laying the groundwork for forging future partnerships between institutions.
For more info please visit: https://news.clas.ufl.edu/chemistry-professor-coray-colina-receives-prestigious-fulbright-award/