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CMU’s Bruchez to Speak on Subcellular Surveillance

Professor Marcel Bruchez of Carnegie Mellon University will visit the Department of Chemistry on Friday, February 21, to present his research during the Chemistry Seminar Series.

Bruchez is an associate professor of Biological Sciences and Chemistry at Carnegie Mellon University, and he also serves as the associate director of the Molecular Biosensor and Imaging Center. His research interests include fluorescence, biological microscopy and imaging, biosensors, and protein investigations.

Join us at 3:35 p.m. in Weyandt 240 for his presentation, “Subcellular Surveillance Using Genetically Targeted Chemical Sensors.”  All are welcome to attend, and light refreshments are served.

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