Rebecca is currently a senior at NAU, majoring in Biomedical sciences with a minor in Psychology. As an undergraduate research assistant, she studies pathogens such as Yersinia pestis (Yp), the causative agent of plague, and Francisella tularensis (Ft), which causes Tularemia.
Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics Kyle’s research focused mainly on two projects spanning biochemistry and molecular biophysics. These guided Kyle through the theoretical and experimental philosophies, concepts, and methods that reinforced his passion for this branch of science. “The molecular scale unveils life’s unappreciated definition as an unstable, electronic system. This perspective keeps me hooked, […]
Quantifying Metal Contamination of Humans and Rodents in Yuma, AZ The research focuses on quantifying metal contamination in humans and rodents in Yuma County, Arizona. The research is a part of a larger Flinn Foundation funded project which aims to characterize the health impact from exposure to pesticides and perchlorate utilizing a One […]