London Steele

underGraduate Researcher

London Steele   Undergraduate Researcher    LinkedIn    London_Steele@baylor.edu

London Steele

Undergraduate Researcher

LinkedIn

London_Steele@baylor.edu

London Steele serves as an undergraduate researcher. She supports research in protein corona characterization and data visualization of complex materials. She will graduate with her BS in Informatics, with a concentration in Bioinformatics, in 2019 and plans to attend Graduate School in the Fall.

Presentations

  • Lone Star Regional Chapter of the Society of Toxicology. 2018 Annual Fall Meeting. “Using Bioinformatics and Computational Tools to Interpret Nanoparticle-Protein Interactions”. (Poster). Austin, Texas (September 2018).

  • Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Achievement (URSA) Scholars Week 2016. "Phage Hunters: Isolating and purifying Arthrobacter sp. Bacteriophages". (Poster). Waco, Texas (April 2016).

  • Undergraduate Research and Scholarly Achievement (URSA) Scholars Week 2016. "Analysis and Characterization of Arthrobacteriophage Genomes: Annotation of AQ and AN Arthrobacteriophages". (Poster). Waco, Texas (April 2016).

Publications

  • Stewart MMulenos MRSteele LR, Sayes CM*. (2018). “Differences Among Unique Nanoparticle Protein Corona Constructs:A Case Study Using Data Analytics and Multi-Variant Visualization to Describe Physicochemical Characteristics”. Applied Sciences 8:2669-2684.