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Maya Khurana presents at the senior undergraduate Mellon Forum...


Maya Khurana presented her senior thesis project, "Cold and Heat Denaturation of Yfh1 are Oppositely Affected in Cells" at her residential college's Mellon Forum. Pictured here she explains how we use FRET to monitor protein conformation.


What is a Mellon Forum?

Mellon Senior Forums at Branford College seek to foster in our Seniors the sense of belonging to the community of scholars. Organized in the form of dinner meetings to which both Seniors and their advisers are invited, they provide some of our most talented students the opportunity to present the results of their independent research projects. The Forums also offer the possibility of especially close interaction between the Head of the College, the Dean, and Branford Seniors in comfortable and intimate surroundings. Branford holds a number of Senior Forums in the Spring semester. After dinner is served, two students deliver research papers, usually fifteen minutes in length, to an audience of fellow Seniors. Attempts are made to cover a wide range of topics in various branches of the Humanities, the Social Sciences, and the Natural Sciences. Each paper is immediately followed by a lively and intense question and answer period which permits the Senior to clarify (and perhaps modify) his/her critical stance. (Taken from https://branford.yalecollege.yale.edu/events/mellon-forums)




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