Awards & Scholarships

2019 M&M Student Scholars

Below are listed M&M Student Scholars funded by MSA.

 

Fatemeh Abbasi Yeganeh — Florida State University
3-D Structure of Z-disks Isolated from the Flight Muscle of Lethocerus Indicus

Anika Burrell — University of Washington
Cryo-EM Reveals IMP Dehydrogenase I Filaments Adopt Diverse Architectures

Paul Cueva — Cornell University
Sub-nm Resolution, Sub-pm Precision Structure Mapping Robust to Thickness and Tilt Variations by Cepstral Analysis of Scanning Nanodiffraction 4D-STEM

Ha Dang — University of Washington
Cryo-EM structure of Nipah virus fusion glycoprotein in complex with a monoclonal antibody reveals mechanism of neutralization

Julia Doh — Oregon Health & Science University
VIPER: a Genetically-Encoded Tag for Fluorescence and Electron Microscopy

Amanda Erwin — University of Michigan
Structural Analysis of Helicobacter pylori VacA Reveals Insights into Oligomerization

Alice Greenberg — University of Oregon
Lorentz Implementation of STEM Holography

Catherine Groschner — University of California, Berkeley
Machine Learning for High Throughput HRTEM Analysis

Shen Han — Max Planck Institute for Polymer Research
High-Contrast Imaging of Nanodiamonds in Cells by Energy filtered and Correlative Light-Electron Microscopy: Towards a Quantitative Nanoparticle-Cell Analysis

Daniel Kelly — The University of Manchester
Liquid-Phase STEM-EDS in Graphene and Silicon Nitride Cells

Abinash Kumar — North Carolina State University
In Situ Ferroelectric Domain Dynamics Probed with Differential Phase Contrast Imaging

Ethan Lawrence — Arizona State University
Real-Time Imaging of Surface Dynamics on CeO2 Nanoparticles using Time-Resolved Aberration-Corrected TEM

Brandon McKeon — Arizona State University
Characterization of Misfit Dislocations at Heterovalent II-VI/III-V Interfaces

Arthur Moya — Linacre College, University of Oxford
A Semi-quantitative Predictive Model for SnO2 Adatom Diffusion; Its Application to Exit Wave Reconstruction

Akshay Murthy — Northwestern University
Electronic Biasing of Monolayer Transition Metal Dichalcogenides in a TEM

Colum O'Leary — Materials Science, University of Oxford
Electron Ptychography Using Fast Binary 4D STEM Data

Will Parker — University of Oregon
Feasibility of an Electron Orbital Angular Momentum Sorter

Timothy Pegg — Miami University
Immunoprofiling of Cell Wall Carbohydrate Modifications during Aerenchyma Formation in Fabaceae Roots

Graham Rykiel — Oregon Health & Science University
Multiscale Cardiac Imaging: From Whole Heart Images to Cardiac Ultrastructure

Jonathan Schwartz — University of Michigan
Removing Stripes, Scratches, and Curtaining with Non-Recoverable Compressed Sensing

Alexandra Sheader — Materials Science, University of Oxford
Microscopy on Drugs: Characterisation and Quantification of Pt-based Pharmaceuticals using the STEM

Michelle Smeaton — Cornell University
Quantifying Atomic-Scale Quantum Dot Superlattice Behavior Upon; in situ; Heating

Louisa Mezache — The Ohio State University
Indirect CLEM Identifies Proarrhythmic Remodeling of Intercalated Disk Nanodomains in Murine Atria Following Acute VEGF Treatment

Janis Wirth — University of Erlangen-Nuremberg
Correlative 3D Characterization of High Temperature Oxide Scales on Co-Base Superalloys Using Nano-CT and FIB/SEM Tomography

Yao Long Xing — Sungkyunkwan University
In situ Negative Cs HRTEM Imaging of Topotactic Phase Transformation from Perovskite SrFeO3 to Brownmillerite SrFeO2.5

Reed Yalisove — University of Michigan
Defining Theoretical Limits for Aberration-Corrected Electron Tomography: New Limits of Resolution, Object Size, and Dose

Hwanhui Yun — University of Minnesota
Visualization of Misfit Dislocation Network at the BaSnO3-LaAlO3 Interface

Ruopeng Zhang — University of California, Berkeley
Understanding the Slip Planarity and Residual Strain Field in Ti-6Al using Nanobeam Electron Diffraction and First Principles Calculations

Yanyan Zhao — Stanford University
Cryo-EM Study of Chaperonin Mm-Cpn’s Conformational Heterogeneity under Different ATP Conditions