Welcome to the new cohort of Duke Chemistry graduate students!
Are you interested in capturing biology and chemistry at speeds and scales previously impossible? Want to learn more about the initial contacts of viruses with host tissue or analyze the behavior of single molecules in complex environments? Like to build things or work with your hands? Like to code or want to learn how to code? If any of these fit you, come do a rotation with us! If you want more information, just contact Kevin directly. For more information on current projects, head over to the Research Overview page.
We have two “subgroup” meetings that prospective students are welcome to join. All meetings held in FFSC 2219:
Wednesdays 10:15-11:30 AM: Single-molecule tracking methodology (Starting 8/30)
Fridays 10:15-11:30 AM: Virus tracking/polymer growth (Starting 9/8, no meeting 9/1)
Larger group meetings/journal club will be held on Wednesdays at 5 PM starting 9/6. Pizza provided!
Interested students are always welcome to attend group meetings, whether in an official rotation or not!