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Hey there…thanks for checking back in with me! Wow, I am really not sure where the summer has disappeared to. My senior year at High Point University is nearing with much anticipation; nonetheless, this past summer was an extraordinary experience. As you know, I served as an undergraduate research assistant for my second year at

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This past week at the Durham VA has been a busy one. The majority of my time this summer has been spent in the pharmacy filling inpatient and outpatient prescriptions. By doing so, I have been able to learn names of perscriptions by seeing them first hand. I have also spent time working the outpatient window, talking with

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Published on August 3, 2012, by in Chemistry, Internships, Research.

Welcome back! Check out the latest in my research from the Colyer lab at Wake Forest University! In my last update, I had re-tested a theory by modifying my injection pressure test method and begun some new studies with on-column labeling. After those new studies were developed to provide consistent and reproducible data, it was

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Published on July 31, 2012, by in Chemistry, Internships, Research.

Thank you for coming back for more in the Colyer lab at Wake Forest University! In my last update, I had completed a lot of data analysis from by injection pressure and voltage tests using pre-column labeling on the Beckman CE. Afterward, I met with Dr. Colyer to discuss and lay out my next series

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Sorry for the delay in postings guys – the last two weeks have been really busy, but have shown me the value/power of communication and diligence. Like all research assistants, I carry out a variety of tasks, but I’ve also been privileged enough to lead the Eye Tracking Analysis (ETA) Team…just in case you didn’t notice,

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