From Salamanders to HPV, Fordham Junior’s Research Interests Cover a Vast Array of Biological Work

Research has always interested Elsa Au-Yeung, a junior at FCRH majoring in Biology and minoring in Bioethics. Since high school, she has been involved in a multitude of projects across disciplines within the sciences and health field. In the summer before her freshman year at Fordham, she was a part of a 3-month research internship … More From Salamanders to HPV, Fordham Junior’s Research Interests Cover a Vast Array of Biological Work

On Structure-Function Relationships

As a man whose skills are related to bioinformatics, protein expression, biochemistry, and “general troublemaking,” Dr. Paul Smith has a lot on his hands. Dr. Paul Smith is currently a professor in the Chemistry Department at Fordham’s Rose Hill campus who divvies up his time between teaching and carrying out multiple laboratory research projects. Smith … More On Structure-Function Relationships