Postdoc: Malli Ganesana
Madelaine graduated from Mount Holyoke College with a B.A. in Biochemistry and a minor in German in 2010. While at Mount Holyoke, she studied flow characterization of commercially available microfluidic devices and assisted in the translation of an address to the German Chemical Society by Heinrich Caro. Madelaine is currently working on optimizing separation conditions for neurotransmitters using capillary electrophoresis with fast scan cyclic voltammetric detection. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her dog, Bailey, working out, and relaxing with some fellow chemists.
Eve received her BS in
Chemistry and BS in Neuroscience with a
minor in Clinical Psychology from the
Scott graduated from Boise State University in 2012 with a B.S. in Chemistry with a Forensics emphasis and a minor in Biology. While there, he did computational biochemistry research under Dr. Henry Charlier Jr. on the inhibition of human carbonyl reductase with diaryl ethers. His research in the Venton lab is on understanding transient adenosine release in the brains of rodents. Outside of chemistry, Scott classifies himself as an actor, a pianist, a golfer, and a tabletop gamer.
Trikantzopoulos is a third year
undergraduate student at