Tsega Solomon

Graduate Student in the Chemistry Department at the University of Maryland, College Park

Tsiga Solomon
Laboratory Specialist Chemistry, University of Virginia (2012-2014, Columbus Lab)
BS: Chemistry, University of Virginia (2012)

Tsega was an undergraduate researcher and technician in the laboratory. She worked on several projects in the lab including nitroxide dynamics in membrane proteins.

Lo RH, Kroncke BM, Solomon TL, and Columbus L. Mapping Membrane Protein Backbone Dynamics: A Comparison of Site-Directed Spin Labeling with NMR 15N-Relaxation Measurements
Biophysical Journal. 107: 1697-702 (2014).

Tsega receives 2014 Dolphus E. Milligan Fellowship

Tsega was accepted into the University of Maryland, College Park Chemistry and Biochemistry PhD program. She received the 2014 Dolphus E. Milligan Fellowship Award through a competitive process that included a 30 minute oral presentation. The award includes a two-year research assistant fellowship and a summer internship at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).