The Erlenmeyer Flask






         Where Real Chemistry Happens…

Posts tagged with sean burrows

November 30, 2016

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Fall 2016 – Jason Sandwisch

Chemistry Major, Jason Sandwisch, the newest Fall 2016 Undergraduate of the Quarter recently sat down with Department Chair, Rich Carter to discuss what brought him to OSU, his favorite parts of the program and his plans for the future. Jason was born in Vancouver, Washington. He then moved briefly to Colorado with his parents, but […]

February 25, 2015

Who Am I? Wednesday – Sean Burrows

Name: Sean M. Burrows, PHD Area of Study / Position Title:  Assistant Professor: bioanalytical chemistry, laser spectroscopy, innovations in biosensor and instrumentation technologies, and cellular analysis. Why chemistry? (What about it initially interested you?): Curiosity, forensic science, and DNA sequencing at Tufts University as a freshman in high school. In addition, chemistry was the only subject […]

July 28, 2014

Chen Xian Ng on Undergraduate Research

Who is your PI? – Sean Burrows Do you have a Graduate Student/Post-Doc Mentor? – Kyle Almlie How did you learn about the position? – I got into the research with Dr.Burrows by volunteering, which I got to know about from my adviser, to help set up his lab when he first became a faculty in […]

March 28, 2014

Weihong Tan Seminar

Weihong Tan will be presenting a seminar titled, “The Foundation of Molecular Medicine: A Chemical Biology Approach” in LPSC 402 at 4pm, Monday, March 31, 2014.

January 23, 2014

Undergraduate of the Quarter – Winter 2014 – Corinne Brucks

Corinne Brucks has been selected as one of our Undergrads of the Quarter for Winter 2014. Corinne grew up in Beaverton area.  She became interested in Chemistry at a young age (6-7th grade).  One of the advantages she notes from being homeschooled was that she was able to devote considerable time to her interests in […]

© 2018 The Erlenmeyer Flask   Powered by WordPress MU    Hosted by blogs.oregonstate.edu