Ria is an organic chemist who loves exploring the interface between biology and organic chemistry. She got her undergrad degrees in both chemistry and biology at New Mexico Tech where she helped to design and synthesize a library of anti-cancer compounds. Ria joined the Gerdt lab in December 2019. She is excited to expand her research beyond cancer cells and learn more about this interesting field. During her free time, if there is any, Ria enjoys making pottery as well as rock-hounding and lapidary.
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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!
We are recruiting one postdoc to work at the interface of cell biophysics and nanotechnology. Project detail can be tailored. Please help repost. Thank you.