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2017 Meeting in Miniature

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Cleveland State University
Monday, March 13, 2017

The student winners of awards for research presentations at the 2017 Meeting in Miniature are:

Undergraduate Oral Presentation Awardees

Naviya Schuster-Little, Oberlin College: Optimization of Emulsion PCR for Aptamer Selection

Kieran Farrell, Case Western Reserve University: Unraveling the Photoprotective Mechanism of Folic Acid upon UVA Absorption.

Samantha Moores, Oberlin College: Exploring the Role of N-hydroxy Heterocycles in Synthetic Eumelanin Formation.

Graduate Oral Presentation Awardees

Erica Fatica, Cleveland State University: Flux analysis of induced pluripotent stem cell-derived cardiomyocytes to investigate metabolic alterations in Barth Syndrome.

Shashank Gorityala, Cleveland State University: Multi-omics Profiling of Exosome Cargo by LC-QTOF-MS/MS.

Regina DiScipio, Case Western Reserve University: The Energetic Journey of UV Light Through Biomolecular Pterin. 


Meeting-in-Miniature (MIM) of the Cleveland Section has become a much anticipated event in the calendar of many local graduate, undergraduate, postdoctoral and industrial researchers. Researchers find MIM to be a stepping stone for the presenting their work at the ACS Spring National Meeting that follows the MIM. MIM also provides a great opportunity to network among the scientific community.  
The 2017 MIM of will be held on Monday, March 13th at the Main Campus of Cleveland State University. Stemming from a strategic planning initiative, the of ACS Cleveland Section is on a mission to expand the breadth of chemistry research showcased at MIM 2017. Local area students from a number of community colleges, and researchers from area industries will also be invited to present at this year’s conference.
The half day program of MIM 2017 starting early afternoon will accommodate oral presentations of 15min and 5min questions by audience in each of its sections. Graduate and undergraduate presentations will be recognized with certificates and may be eligible for monetary awards. MIM 2017 will also include a Plenary Lecture, followed by dinner buffet.
Submission of abstracts is now open. The registration is free for this event. Please limit your abstract to 250 words and include names and affiliations of all authors. Abstracts should be submitted through the online submission system; The deadline for submission is Feb. 28th. For further information please contact Dr. David Ball, Chair - Department of Chemistry, Cleveland State University at





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