In her research, biochemist Krystle McLaughlin '06 searches for new ways of combating disease using, as her name suggests, crystals. A native of Trinidad and Tobago, she's also an advocate for women and people of color in science.
For nearly a decade, Jackie “JP” (Downing) Mulrooney ’79 has been working to create a standard for Electronic Health Record systems, to ensure that health care professionals can collaborate safely and effectively.
Tucker Daddis ’17 (right) consults with laboratory instructor Patricia Jue as he makes beta-bromostyrene, a compound with a floral odor used in the soap and perfume industry, for Organic Chemistry I. The lab exercise asks the students to characterize the product to determine the mechanism of the reaction. (Photo by Andrew M. Daddio)