Nadjali Chung earned her B.S. in Biochemistry from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in May 2017 and joined the RASR Team in the summer of 2017. She is currently a third-year graduate student studying sepsis using multi-omic approaches. She received a VICB fellowship in 2018. Nadjali was a co-advisee on the recent book chapter, “Ion Mobility Mass Spectrometry,” published in the Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry and received two travel awards: Advancing Student Conference Grant in 2018 and the Graduate Student Travel Award in 2019 that allowed her to present her work at the 2018 NOBCChE National Conference in Orlando, Florida and the 67th ASMS Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. She currently serves as Parliamentarian for the Nashville NOBCChE chapter.