A new MEMO publication

I would say the latest publication from the lab (accepted in mid-December) was a long time coming. Kristen started the virtual screening when she was working as a post-bac in spring 2018. Then Courtney took a hold of the screening and was a machine in her 384-well...

Book Review: The Triumph of Doubt

I read a science book and wrote a review for Chemistry World. See it here: https://www.chemistryworld.com/review/the-triumph-of-doubt-dark-money-and-the-science-of-deception/4012115.article....

Graduating Senior : Joseph McEachon

And the second (and last) 2020 graduate of the Pollock lab is chemistry major Joseph McEachon. Joseph joined the research lab during his first year at UR. I like to say that he was chosen to join the lab for 2 main reasons: 1) He is a man and the rest of the lab...

Graduating Senior : Cassidy Hilton

It is that time of the year again, when seniors are finishing up their coursework and preparing for the next steps in their careers. This year is a particularly strange one with COVID-19 impacting higher education (and the entire world!). Our seniors are not on campus...

Tenured!

I am happy and honored to say that I have officially been granted tenure and promoted to Associate Professor! It has been a whirlwind of work, stress, fun, and every emotion over the past 6 years since I started at University of Richmond. Thank you to my colleagues...

A New Year (and a New Decade)

Happy New Year! I cannot believe that we are starting 2020. When I look back on the previous decade, I think about all of the changes in my life – personal and professional. On the latter side: I graduated with a Ph.D. in chemistry from Duke University in...
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