Bryan was born in Indianapolis, IN, graduated from Zionsville high school, and earned a bachelor’s degree at Indiana State University. As an undergraduate, he performed research on metal-carbene complexes using computational methods such as Natural Bond Orbitals (N.B.O.) and Natural Resonance Theory (N.R.T.). In the Gerdt lab, his research focus is on chemical signaling and chemotaxis in microorganisms. He is also interested in green chemistry and is passionate about bringing more diversity to the S.T.E.M. fields by being a role model to other black people considering S.T.E.M. endeavors. In his spare time, he loves to be around people and is a huge basketball fan.
A good weekend at the 12th Annual Watanbe Symposium in Chemical Biology! Graduate students Max, Joey and @EmMcRae_Chem all presented their work. Go Giedroc Group!
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great to be at my first @NOBCChE meeting (on my first trip to New Orleans!) representing @IUBChemistry. bummed that family commitments are limiting my stay to a little over 24h… enjoyed the posters tonight—stop by booth 415 tomorrow!