Aaron wins the UROP at Imperial College London. Congrats Aaron!
Navid wins the Magellan Scholar Award. Congrats Navid!
JoJo accepts a job at Tuteledge as a science and math tutor. Congrats JoJo!
O.U. wins the MUACC Travel Award.
Melinda (oral), Shane (poster), and Alyssa (poster) all win awards for their respective presentations at Brain in Flux. Congrats!
Shane wins a poster award at Discovery USC. Congrats Shane!
Lauren and Ian win the Magellan Scholar Award. Congrats Lauren and Ian!
Fariha wins the Magellan Scholar Award. Congrats Fariha!
Parry featured on TedxUofSC. Talks about if simple skin test could help diagnose and treat depression.Watch the video here.
Colby wins Teaching award. Congrats Colby!
Alyssa wins travel award for Young Investigator talk
Alyssa wins travel award from USC
Alyssa takes home first place poster from the International Transmembrane Transporter Society.
Hashemilab welcomes new graduate student Brenna. Welcome to the family.
Navid wins the Magellan Apprentice Award.
Hashemi Lab research is the focus of a Chemistry World article. Click here to read.
Jordan wins Graduate Student Poster award at Discover USC 2018. Click here for more.
Parry is Interviewed by Alina Shorou of News Medical Life Sciences. Read the interview and watch the video here.
Aspasia Amiridis has been named a 2018 Barry M. Goldwater Honorable Mention. Nationally, 211 Goldwater Scholars and 281 Honorable Mentions were selected on the basis of academic merit from a field of 1,280 mathematics, science, and engineering students, nominated by the faculties of 455 colleges and universities nationwide. Each university may only nominate four students for this award.
Parry is featured in New Medical Pittcon Overview. Watch the video here.
The Hashemi Lab are featured in Pine Research Instruments Blog. read here.
Parry wins the prestigious "Society of Pittsburgh Chemists Pittcon Achievement Award". This award is presented annually at Pittcon to recognize individuals for outstanding achievements in the fields of analytical chemistry and/or applied spectroscopy within 10 years after completion of their Ph.D. work. Read the details here.
Parry recieved the Royce W. Murray Award. This is awarded to outstanding junior electrochemists with past winners being some of the most well recognized electrochemists in the world. Read more here.
Parry received USC 2018 Breakthrough Star Award- This award recognizes faculty members that exceed expectations in their fields, demonstrate exceptional potential, and have made outstanding contributions to research and scholarship during a short time at USC. Find more details here.
Melinda, Anna Marie, Jordan, Alyssa and Shane won the Graduate School Travel Grant Award.
Melinda and Anna Marie one the Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program Tavel Award.
Jordan and Shane won the J.R. Durig Graduate Student Award.
Parrys win a young faculty travel award and Rachel wins a post doc travel award for their presentations at the ISN Brain in Flux Symposium in Paris.
Aya's paper, "Ambient Serotonin Measurements at Carbon Fiber Microelectrodes" is accepted for publication in Analytical Chemistry.
Rachel receives a University of South Carolina ASPIRE - IIb grant entiteld "A combined voltammetric and microscopic investigation of serotonin neurochemistry".
Thushani Siriwardhane graduates with her PhD in Chemistry from the University of South Carolina.
Parry receives an NSF CAREER award entitled "The fundamental principles of modified carbon fiber microelectrodes as speciation sensors".
Jordan Holmes receives the fan favorite award for her three-minute thesis at the annual University of South Carolina Graduate Student Day.
Melinda Hersey receives a University of South Carolina SPARC grant for her project: “The Role of Serotonin in Comorbid Depression and Obesity”.
Alyssa West receives a travel award to attend the International Society for Neurochemistry Meeting in Paris, France in August where she will present her work.
The Hashemi lab's research is featured in a Huffington Post article. Click here to read.
Aya, Srimal, Jordan, Shane, Rhiannon, Alyssa and Melinda receive Graduate School travel awards.
Melinda Hersey receive a travel award from the University of South Carolina Medical School.
Published: “A Voltammetric and Mathematical Analysis of Histaminergic Modulation of Serotonin in the Mouse Hypothalamus”.
Published: “Fast Voltammetry of Metals at Carbon Fiber Microelectrodes: Towards a Real-Time Speciation Sensor”.
Parry receives an NIMH R21 grant for the project: “Voltammetric Determination of Neuronal Serotonin and Histamine Co-regulation”.
Published: “Fast Voltammetry of Metals at Carbon Fiber Microelectrodes: Ultra Rapid Determination of Solution Formation Constants”.
Parry receives a University of South Carolina sponsored Aspire II Grant for her project with Dr. Booze titled: “Unraveling the Fundamental Neurological Mechanisms Underlying Neurodegeneration Induced Depression”.
Parry receives an NIH R01 grant for 5 years titled: “An in vivo serotonin biomarker for antidepressant efficacy”.
Published: “Real-time voltammetric characterization of copper complexation”.
Published: “Modulation of serotonin dynamics in the dorsal raphe nucleus via high frequency medial prefrontal cortex stimulation”.
Srimal Samaranayake receives best oral presentation award at the USC's Annual Neuroscience Retreat.
Aya Abdalla receives 2nd place in the poster competition at the University of South Carolina Annual Neuroscience Retreat.
Bruce Mousseau graduates with his B.S. in Chemistry and heads to Notre Dame for graduate school!
Rhiannon Robke receives a Summer Copenhaver Fellowship.
Pavithra Pathirathna graduates with her PhD in Chemistry from Wayne State University.
Published: “Real-time selective detection of Copper(II) using ionophore -grafted carbon-fiber microelectrodes.
Aya, Srimal, and Thushani received Graduate School travel awards.
Parry receives the Eli Lilly Young Investigator Award for Analytical Chemistry.