Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
Science Center, room 286; Phone 610-328-8558; Professor Yatsunyk's CV
I'm the research Assistant here in the Yatsunyk Lab! I graduated from Ursinus College in 2021 with a degree in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. In the lab, I'm currently working on solving the structure of an i-motif oncogene promoter. In my free time, I enjoy reading, cooking, and listening to music on my record player.
Hi! I am a sophomore studying to major in chemistry and minor in statistics. In the lab, I work on the biophysical characterization of 5-guanine-tract sequences. In my free time, I enjoy playing the violin and reading the news.
Hi friends! I am a senior biochemistry major here at Swat! In the lab I work on characterizing both G-quadruplexes with small-molecule ligands and also solving i-motif structures. Outside of the lab, I am on the cross-country and track teams and enjoy climbing and making pizzas with pineapple and pepperoni.
Hello! I am a sophomore interested in majoring in Biochemistry and Mathematics. I am working on studying left-handed G-quadruplexes and their ability to interact with ligands. In my free time, you might see me running with the cross country and track teams or enjoying a hearty meal at Sharples Dining Hall.
Hi there! I am a senior at Swarthmore, studying to be a biochemistry and mathematics double major. I work on characterizing the intricacies of stabilizing a telomeric sequence with ligands and ions. Outside the lab, I may be found butchering lyrics in Singer Atrium, math TA-ing in various classrooms, and wandering around Philly in search for exquisite food.
I am a Junior special majoring in Computational Biology with a minor in Statistics. In the lab, I am primarily working on solving the structure of an oncogene i-motif promoter found in the human genome. Outside of lab, I enjoy hanging out with friends and going to Philly on weekends.
Junior research student.