Kate and Vanessa present at ASBMB conference

Kate and Vanessa travelled to the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB) annual meeting in Philadelphia PA to present their research in April! They went with one other Vassar student, accompanied by Prof. Colin Aitken. Proud of my @Vassar students Kate and Vanessa who presented their research today at @ASBMB! #undergraduate #research #biochemistry Read more about Kate and Vanessa present at ASBMB conference[…]

ASBMB Today Feature: Lonely Science

Lonely science, ASBMB Today article (direct link): https://www.asbmb.org/asbmb-today/opinions/031722/lonely-science "Women & early-career scientists in academia were among those hardest hit by COVID-19 disruptions. Those who took on childcare, homeschooling or elder care found their lives & work completely upended." Read my story & others in @ASBMB Today: #WomenInSTEMhttps://t.co/H52Tix60si — Dr. Krystle J McLaughlin (@biophyskrys) March 21, 2022 Read more about ASBMB Today Feature: Lonely Science[…]

Dr. McLaughlin Receives Cottrell Scholar Award!

Exciting news: Dr. Krystle McLaughlin is a recipient of a 2022 Cottrell Scholar Award from the Research Corporation for Science Advancement! She will receive $100, 000 to support the research lab and teaching development. From RCSA Press Release: “These exceptional teacher-scholars are chosen not just for their research and educational programs but for their potential to Read more about Dr. McLaughlin Receives Cottrell Scholar Award![…]

Our 1st Paper Published!

Excited to announce the first paper out of the McLaughlin Lab @Vassar has been published! This work was in collaboration with the SSGCID, and the lead student author is Justas Rodarte VC ’19, who was one of the first students to join the lab. Acta Crysta F: scripts.iucr.org/cgi-bin/paper?S2053230X21001497 PubMed: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/33620038/

Feature in “Chemists amid coronavirus: 2020 in review”

I am one of the chemists featured in the @ChemistryWorld update article "Chemists amid coronavirus: 2020 in review" & I am grateful to report that my situation has been improving steadily????‍?#Thankful #pandemiclife #academiclife #momlife #BlackandSTEM https://t.co/MWgt1PSXsL https://t.co/wKqRtZK2Rd pic.twitter.com/F7gJ7OaDyO — Dr. Krystle J McLaughlin (@biophyskrys) January 5, 2021