Kelly Schermerhorn, a PhD candidate in Chemistry, has been selected to attend the 63rd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany. The week-long meeting brings young scientists from all over the world together with the most esteemed scientists of their times. This year’s meeting, which will begin on June 30, will focus on Nobel-winning research in chemistry, with 35 Nobel laureates scheduled to attend. Schermerhorn is one of 625 undergraduate and postgraduate students from 78 countries selected to attend. She is a student in Sarah Delaney’s lab, where she studies the biological consequences of DNA damage.
March 5, 2013