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Megan E. Hermann

Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry,
Baylor University, USA.


Megan Hermann completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry and a minor in Spanish in December 2013. She defended her Honors thesis in her junior year and had an article accepted to a peer-reviewed journal, The Journal of Biochemistry and Physiology, prior to graduation. While an undergraduate, Megan completed the Community Health Leadership Program, contributing signifantly to the Waco Family Health Center and its outreach to underserved mothers and infants. Working closely with WIC (a federally funded program to undergird health education programs for Women, Infants, and Children), many physicians, and Waco agencies, Megan implemented many services for women, including a two-day retreat that offered a wide range of low-cost social services, such as presentations on career options, buying low-cost professional clothes, and applying for free infant car-seats. On campus, Megan was a founder of the honors Chemical Society and took the lead in affiliating this chapter with the National Honorary Society for Chemistry, Phi Lambda Upsilon. These initiatives, as well as her commitment to creating the first Undergraduate Research Symposium at Baylor last spring, speak additionally of her engagement beyond the classroom and of her effecting significant change in the campus culture.
Research Interest
Biochemistry, Applied biochemistry, Physiology, Cellular Biochemistry, Biotechnology


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