OHIO STATE: 'THE PLACE TO BE' FOR STUDYING METABOLOMICS

Sep. 17, 2015

When Morgan Cichon completed her bachelor’s degree in chemistry and economics at Emory University, she knew she wanted to pursue an advanced degree in a chemistry-related field in which her research would be applied.

She is thrilled to have landed in the lab of Steven Schwartz, PhD, the Carl E. Haas Endowed Chair in Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences, where she applies analytical chemistry to the study of foods and their effects on human health. “This is a great way to continue doing analytical chemistry, while having this really nice application to food that allows me to see direct outcomes from my research,” she says. “It’s exciting.” Click here to read full article.