Owen Dailey presented Characterization of a Novel Mitochondrial Protein. Aim32 is a newly identified mitochondrial protein which is as yet, uncharacterized. Owen's goal for this research is to uncover the function of Aim32 via biochemical tests.
William F. McLaughlin Memorial Scholarship supports biology majors interested in molecular biology.
Owen Dailey and Nick Yeo was awarded this scholarship based off of academic merit and research experience.
Nick Yeo was awarded the Summer Undergraduate Research Program Fellowship (SURP) 2020 to work on a project titled “ A comparative analysis of ALR orthologs using Bioinformatics approach”
Alpha Sigma Nu is a Jesuit honor society for those who distinguish themselves in scholarship, loyalty, and service. Candidates must rank in the top fifteen percent of their class and must meet qualifications of service and loyalty to the Jesuit ideals of higher education.
LMU's Arrupe Scholarship is a highly competitive merit scholarship named given by LMU to students with excellent grades and leadership potential. To keep the scholarship, Kamilah Datzer must be enrolled full-time at LMU and maintain at least a 3.0 cumulative GPA.
Mikayla Sweitzer, Danyun Zhang, Owen R. Dailey, Carla M. Koehler, & Deepa V. Dabir “Characterization of Aim32, a novel [2Fe-2S] yeast mitochondrial protein” 2nd place award in overall research excellence at UC San Francisco
Mikayla Sweitzer, Danyun Zhang, Owen R. Dailey, Carla M. Koehler, & Deepa V. Dabir “Characterization of Aim32, a novel [2Fe-2S] yeast mitochondrial protein” Best oral presentation award at UC San Diego