Spelman college research students abstracts approved
Destiny B. Van (C'2019) and Dominique A. Mosley (C'2020) have learned that their NUR abstracts were accepted. These students currently work in The Jackson Laboratory at Spelman College.
BIOCHEMISTRY STUDENT PRESENTS RESEARCH AT ABRCMS
Destiny B. Van (C'2019) presented her research at this year's Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minority Students (ABRCMS) on 'Biomarkers of Sleep-Less Vulnerability and Total Sleep Deprivation By Metabolomics'. Congratulations!
On October 11th & 12th, Dr. Jackson will be speaking on panel at the Stemm Equality Congress in Amsterdam discussing the cultivation of black women in stem.
Congratulations to former research student Michelle Reid (C’2011) on receiving a newly minted Ph.D. in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Florida. Wishing you much success at your postdoctoral fellowship at ETH Zurich (Switzerland).
Congratulations to Chemistry and Biochemistry Alum Dr. Ashley Danielle Jordan, C'11; a newly minted Ph.D. in pharmacology from New York University School of Medicine. Dr. Jordan is center.
Visiting with Andraya Johnson, PharmD (c'07), and her undergraduate research mentor Dr. Kimberly Jackson.
Chemistry alum (c'07) and PhD candidate (Tufts) Alison Brown presented at this years Food Justice Symposium.
Friday, August 31, 2018, Dr. Jackson was honored by her alma mater, Alabama State University as a 50 under 50 alumni awardee. The 50 under 50 alumni award was developed to engage, re-engage, educate, honor and develop the next generation of advocates, donors and ambassadors for ASU. The nominee must not have reached their 50th birthday by September 1, 2018. Congratulations to Dr. Jackson!
Congratulations to Jackson Lab alums who are now PhD candidates: Nakisha Rutledge (Microbiology and Immunology at Northwestern, Chicago, IL.);and Lydia Ruffner (Cancer Computational Chemistry at Northeastern, Boston. MA).
Dr. Jackson receives the 2015-15 Fulbright Scholar award to Antigua and Barbuda. She will be teaching a course on “Communication Chemistry through Local Cuisine” at Antigua State College, St. John’s Antigua for a period of 6 months starting in January 2016. Students will gain an understanding of many of the chemical, physical and biological concepts involved in taste, cooking and other culinary experiences through lectures and hands-on activities. This very innovative program will focus on aspects relating to the composition and structure of food, the transformations associated with cooking, and the sensory experiences in eating.