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VMAC Lunch & Learn – Healthy Eating For The Holidays

Nov. 11, 2021—The Vanderbilt Memory & Alzheimer’s Center (VMAC) will be offering a free Lunch & Learn virtual event on Healthy Eating for the Holidays. Facilitated by Dr. Renã Robinson, Associate Professor of Chemistry at Vanderbilt University, the online event will take place on Wednesday, November 17, 2021, 12:00pm- 1:00pm. Register here.

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Nadjali Chung and Bailey Bowser Attend 69th ASMS Conference

Nov. 2, 2021—Nadjali Chung and Bailey Bowser, Ph.D. candidates in RASR Lab, attended the 69th ASMS Conference on Mass Spectrometry and Allied Topics In Philadelphia, PA , October 31 – November 4, 2021. Nadjali, the presenting author for her abstract, will present her poster titled “Integrating Online Ozonolysis-IM-MS Workflows: Enhancing Conversion Efficiency” on Wednesday, November 3 from 10:30-2:30...

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Nekesa Oliver Celebrates Student Success at Ida B. Wells Elementary School

Oct. 29, 2021—On Thursday October 28th, Ms. Harper’s 3rd grade class students at Ida B. Wells Elementary School were celebrated for their perfect attendance for nine consecutive weeks! Community Engagement Committee of the Association of Vanderbilt Black Faculty and Staff (AVBFS) member and RASR Lab team member Nekesa Oliver, surprised the 17 students with a pizza party!...

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Renã A.S. Robinson, PhD Named President of NOBCChE

Oct. 14, 2021—Renã A.S. Robinson, associate professor of chemistry and Dorothy J. Wingfield Phillips Chancellor Faculty Fellow, has been named president of the National Organization for the Professional Advancement of Black Chemists and Chemical Engineers. Read full article here

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The Power of Naïve Questions – A leading chemist reflects on the questions that drive her.

Oct. 4, 2021—Dr. Renã Robinson is featured in the Fall 2021 issue of Indiana University – Bloomington’s publication The College article “The Power of Naïve Questions A leading chemist reflects on the questions that drive her.” Read the full article here.

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