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University of Hartford Students Present Posters at CVS-ACS Undergraduate Research Symposium


Posted 04/24/2018
Category: Accolades
Susanita Carvajal ’19, and her poster entitled “Breast Cancer Detection on Disposable Inkjet Printed Sensor Chips”.

Susanita Carvajal ’19, and her poster entitled “Breast Cancer Detection on Disposable Inkjet Printed Sensor Chips”.

Adonica Simpson ’19, and her poster entitled “Portable Potentiostat”.

Adonica Simpson ’19, and her poster entitled “Portable Potentiostat”.

Assistant Professor Colleen Krause, Adonica Simpson ’19, and Susanita Carvajal’ 19 at the CVS-ACS Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Assistant Professor Colleen Krause, Adonica Simpson ’19, and Susanita Carvajal’ 19 at the CVS-ACS Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Susanita Carvajal ’19, and Adonica Simpson ’19, over the past weekend presented their results at the 2018 Connecticut Valley Section of the American Chemical Society (CVS-ACS) held at Central Connecticut State University.

Susanita’s poster entitled “Breast Cancer Detection on Disposable Inkjet Printed Sensor Chips” featured an accumulation of results obtained by her and her colleagues including Samantha Fera ’18, in the research lab of Assistant Professor Colleen Krause, Department of Chemistry.

Adonica another member of the Krause research lab presented her poster entitled “Portable Potentiostat”, which also featured an accumulation of results obtained by her and her colleagues including Gabrielle Dabrowski '17. In addition, Adonica  received the 2018 Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship sponsored by the CVS-ACS for her proposal for a multiplex portable potentiostat. This work will be carried out here at the University of Hartford. 

Susanita Carvajal ’19, and her poster entitled “Breast Cancer Detection on Disposable Inkjet Printed Sensor Chips”.

Susanita Carvajal ’19, and her poster entitled “Breast Cancer Detection on Disposable Inkjet Printed Sensor Chips”.

Adonica Simpson ’19, and her poster entitled “Portable Potentiostat”.

Adonica Simpson ’19, and her poster entitled “Portable Potentiostat”.

Assistant Professor Colleen Krause, Adonica Simpson ’19, and Susanita Carvajal’ 19 at the CVS-ACS Undergraduate Research Symposium.

Assistant Professor Colleen Krause, Adonica Simpson ’19, and Susanita Carvajal’ 19 at the CVS-ACS Undergraduate Research Symposium.