Jillian Reich '11, with her research presentation at the
American Chemical Society annual meeting
Jillian Reich '11, of Mendon, VT, presented research at the 241st American Chemical Society Meeting and Exposition in Anaheim, California, in March. The meeting hosted over 12,000 chemical scientists, engineers and professionals from across the world.
Reich's research presentation was titled "Detection of Francisella tularensis emissions during infection of human monocytes by solid-phase microextraction and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry" in the Division of Biological Chemistry and New Biochemical Methods and Insight Division.
Her work was completed in the summer of 2010, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where Reich participated in an internship.
A biology major with a minor in education, Reich is co-president of the student affiliates chapter of the American Chemical Society at St. Lawrence.
Posted: April 1, 2011