Jodi Hadden-Perilla, Assistant Professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry and CBI Trainer, mentors Olivia Shaw, UD student, in her pursuit of a degree in chemistry, despite being blind from birth.  Click Here to read the UDaily article by Ann Manser, and learn about the devices and techniques making it possible. Jodi and Juan Perilla, Assistant Professor in Chemistry and Biochemistry, together were awarded a NSF Grant to use computer simulations to analyze the molecular structure of the coronavirus. Click Here to read the UDaily article by Ann Manser

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