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Assistant Professor or untenured Associate Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Stanford University

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Kelly Chacón

Biochemical and spectroscopic studies of Te resistance proteins using the power of undergraduates

Reed College, Portland Oregon

Event Details:

Monday, February 7, 2022
4:00pm - 5:00pm PST

Location

(In Person) Room Shriram 104

This event is open to:

Alumni/Friends
Faculty/Staff
Members
Students
GED, Clatsop Community College 2003
B.S. Portland State University: Chemistry 2009
Ph.D. Oregon Health & Science University: Biochemistry & Molecular Biology
Associate Professor, Reed College, Chemistry
Owner of one Chi-Pin dog named Devo
Home chef who just mastered homemade hot dog buns
 

Kelly is a former high school dropout who is now a freshly tenured professor at a small, research-intensive College in Portland Oregon. Join her for a conversation on her bioinorganic research on tellurium resistance in bacteria, as well as on what it looks like to balance research, teaching and outreach at a small liberal arts college!

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