Joseph Loomis

Pratt, KS, Biochemistry, Chemistry
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Joseph Loomis (he/him/his) is a sophomore from Pratt, Kansas pursuing a double major in Biochemistry and Chemistry. In addition to his studies, he is heavily involved in undergraduate research as a member of Dr. Michael Johnson's lab in the Chemistry Department. The group's current research implicates using analytical chemistry techniques, namely fast-scan cyclic voltammetry and liquid chromatography coupled to tandem mass spectrometry, to investigate chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment, or "chemobrain". Joseph is also actively involved in KU Men's Glee, KU Navigators, and the KU Running Club.

Ask me about: research (esp. the K-INBRE program), music groups for non-music majors, and campus ministries.

loomis@ku.edu


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